Shapiro and Dennis Awarded $1M RTI Grant

The College of Education has been awarded a $1.08 million federal grant to train aspiring school psychologists as Response to Intervention (RTI) facilitators at middle schools and high schools. Read more>>

CPRP 5-Year Report

Please enjoy the Center for Promoting Research to Practice's 5-Year Report.  This report offers an opportunity to showcase many of the Center’s projects and successes.   Read more >>
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Training Psychologists to Connect Healthcare and Schools

Parents often turn to pediatricians or family physicians when their children have emotional or behavioral problems. Then it’s up to parents to share information with schools, which can be challenging and overwhelming.    Read more >>

The primary purpose is to further develop and refine a parent education program to increase parent engagement with early intervention for young children with attentiondeficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). A secondary purpose is to develop an alternative format of parent education (web-based) in order to increase parent accessibility to and engagement with intervention.

Setting: Parent education sessions will be conducted in community settings (e.g., school, health care office). Data will be collected in parent education sessions and in family homes.


The Center for Promoting Research to Practice at Lehigh University has a mission to generate knowledge that will truly impact the lives of individuals with, or at risk for disabilities. The primary objective is to establish partnerships with schools, parents and families, and community service providers to enhance the use of best practices for individuals with, or at risk for disabilities.