1st November 1996 at 00:00
Bob McKay describes an organisational arrangement in Perth and Kinross wherein responsibility for induction and professional development of educational psychologists is disconnected from responsibility for supervision and accountability of everyday professional practice.

Such disconnection leads to a reduction in service delivery and in job satisfaction and to difficulties in recruitment and retention of educational psychologists.

BRYAN KIRKALDY Chair Association of Scottish Principal Educational Psychologists

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