Find Information about
4000 Common Tests
to Prepare a Psychoeducational Evaluation Report and Testify
as an Expert Witness - by Margaret Kay, Ph.D
Miles to Go...: State SLD Requirements and Authoritative
Recommendations - National Reserch Cneter on Learning
of Indentification of Specific Learning Disabilites
"Authoritative groups have rejected the IQ-achievement
discrepancy classification method due to reliability and
validity issues (e.g., LD Roundtable, 2002). Most important,
this method often delays SLD classification until 3rd
or 4th grade when academic achievement problems are more
difficult to resolve successfully (Fletcher, et al., 2002).
These are fatal flaws. The most salient of these flaws
is treatment validity. Few argue currently that the IQ-achievement
discrepancy is related to decisions about intervention
methods or goals. Virtually no one claims at this time,
at least with empirical support, that IQ-achievement discrepancy
is related to the results of interventions"
an Expert as An Effective Resource - by Jennifer L.
People Make - Independent Evaluators by Robert K.
Protocols to Parents: Clarification of FERPA Requirements
- National Association of School Psychologists
Tests Commonly Used
to Evaluate Reading Problems
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IDA page fact sheet on Testing for Dyslexia.
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information about 4000 commonly used tests.
Conversion Tables for Commonly Used Tests - All
Wechsler Scales, all Woodcock tests,1 all Kaufman Tests,
Most Tests Published by American Guidance Service, Pro-Ed,2
Riverside, the Psychological Corporation, and Many Others
Equivalents and Classification Labels - Mather, N.,
& Jaffe, L. E. (in press). Woodcock-Johnson III: Reports,
Recommendations and Strategies. New York: John Wiley &