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Accordingly, APA-CoA’s accreditation policies, procedures and guidelines are intended to be consistent with national recognized purposes and values of accreditation, as articulated by governmental and nongovernmental groups with an interest in accreditation.Web Page 2.American Psychological Association FY 2009 Congressional Appropriations Request: Restore Funding for the Graduate Psychology Education ProgramRequest: Provide $7 million in the FY 2009 Labor, HHS, and Education Appropriations bill for the Graduate Psychology Education (GPE) Program within the "Allied Health and Other Disciplines" budget activity of the Health Resources and Services Administration.Web Page 3.Psychology in Schools and Education The Center for Psychology in Schools and Education (CPSE) promotes the high quality application of psychology to programs and policies for schools and education. Activities include the Coalition for Psychology in Schools and Education and the Center for Gifted Education Policy.Web Page 4.ELC Attendees Urge Members of Congress to Increase Support for the GPE ProgramAt the 2012 Education Leadership Conference, nearly 100 APA members attended advocacy sessions that increased their knowledge of the federal legislative process, enhanced their advocacy skills and explained the critical importance of gaining congressional funding for the Graduate Psychology Education program.Web Page 5.FY 2010 Congressional Appropriations Request: Restore Funding to the Graduate Psychology Education ProgramRequest: Provide $7 million in the FY 2010 Labor, HHS, and Education Appropriations bill for the Graduate Psychology Education Program within the “Allied Health and Other Disciplines” budget activity of the Health Resources and Services Administration.Web Page 6.Contribute to the Education Advocacy Trust Donate today and help EdAT build legislative support for quality psychology education, including the allocation of funds to federal grant programs that directly support psychology education and training.Web Page 7.APAPO PAC Education NewsEducation advocacy news from the APAPO PAC, including the Mental and Behavioral Health Education and Training Grant Program to support psychology education and training, especially with high need and high demand populations.Web Page 8.Education DirectorateAPA's Education Directorate advances the science and practice of psychology for the benefit of the public through accreditation, educational institutions, programs, graduate and postgraduate specialization, continuing education and special initiatives.Web Page 9.About the Education Advocacy Trust (EdAT)EdAT promotes the mutual professional interests of psychologists in advancing education in psychology and psychology’s role in other areas of education through advocacy activities that cannot be conducted legally within the APA.Web Page 10.Graduate Psychology Education ProgramThe Graduate Psychology Education program is administered through the Health Resources and Services Administration and provides grants that support doctoral, internship and postdoctoral training programs that prepare psychologists to work with other health care professions in providing services to underserved populations. 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