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This study investigated caseloads and the time associated with assessing, planning, developing new IEPs, updating IEPs, and providing direct instruction and indirect instructional services for a cross section of special education resource-room teachers and speech pathologists serving the same...
The assessment of handicapped and limited English-proficient students of East Asian origin presents a unique challenge for those involved in the task of educational evaluation of these students. Instruments currently used in this process may contain cultural biases and linguistic distortions...
The purpose of this research was to compare the performance of mildly handicapped and nonhandicapped students on a test designed to measure functional literacy in math and communication skills. Random samples of 300 students were drawn from performance data available for all students...
One hundred and six students were required to administer the Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test—Revised (PPVT—R) to the instructor as the culminating exercise in a course in psychoeducational testing. Only 29.2 percent of the students were able to successfully administer the PPVT—R error free....
The Cognitive Levels Test and the Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test—Revised were administered to 30 freshman college students at a small state college in the mid-Atlantic region. The correlations between the two tests were significant (median = .52; range = .46 to .64). This suggested that the...
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