You want to master the information about your child's test scores before the next IEP meeting!
Why? Because the numbers from tests do not lie!
When you understand your child's test scores, you'll be able to use information from objective tests to track progress and make decisions about your child's program.
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate, you will learn how to use psychological and educational achievement test scores to measure your child's educational growth. Learn how to use data to be prepared for the IEP meeting.
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