In This Issue ...
October 16, 2018
Special Education Law & Advocacy Training Schedule
Oct 18 - Dallas, TX
Oct 25 - College Park, MD
Nov 8- New Orleans, LA
Why are test scores so important?
When you understand your child's test scores, you can -
- identify your child's strengths and weaknesses
- identify your child's needs
- determine if your child is making progress
- create charts that document progress or regression
To design an educational program that meets your child's unique needs, you must use information from objective tests.
Learn what can happen when you learn to present objective data on your child, the cold hard numbers from tests.
This issue of the Special Ed Advocate explains that to measure and monitor your child's educational progress, you must use information from objective tests and you must know what these scores mean. It is essential that you understand your child's test scores!
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