Promote the use of sound psychological principles within the context of education and schooling internationally at global and local levels.
Promote the improvement of children’s and young people’s well-being as well as their cognitive, emotional, physical, social and spiritual development in schools and communities accros the world.
Promote communication and collaboration among parents/caregivers, educators and other professionals who are committed to the improvement of children’s well-being.
Promote high standards for the provision of educating school and educational psychologists nationally, regionally, and internationally.
Promote high standards of practice in school and educational psychology across the world.
Promote high quality research that informs practice in school and educational psychology and addresses the cultural diversity of children across the world.
Promote and protect the rights of all children and young people according to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and related UN statements.
Initiate and promote cooperation with other organizations, working for purposes similar to those of ISPA, in order to advocate for and support children and young people across the world.
Promote structures that prevent and protect all children from discrimination based on race, ethnicity, religion, age, gender, ability, sexual orientation, disability, or socio-economic status; and advocate for the inclusion and participation of all children in education and society.
Encourage the training of school psychologists in countries where there are none or too few of them.