Determining adverse educational impact

Impact-related components of a legally defensible and evidence-based assessment include...

Understanding accuracy of standardized tests

Sensitivity, specificity and the most common test-related questions...

Comprehensive Assessment of Pragmatics

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Assessment Tasks Most Predictive of DLD

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Most frequent assessment related questions and answers

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Updated Articulation Norms

How to Understand Accuracy of Standardized Speech and Language Tests

Normative Sample, Purpose of Assessment, Discriminant Analysis and Cut-Scores, Specificity and Sensitivity, Validity, Reliability, Response Bias, Types of Response Biases

How do we determine the impact of a speech and language disorder?

IDEA (2004) states, “…a speech-language impairment means a communication disorder, such as stuttering, impaired articulation, a language impairment, or a voice impairment, that adversely affects a child’s educational performance” (34 C.F.R. Section 300.8(c)(11)).

Eligibility Criteria for Speech and Language Services

Education Code Section 56333 states that a pupil shall be assessed as having a language or speech disorder which makes him or her eligible for special education and related services when he or she demonstrates difficulty understanding or using spoken language to such an extent that it adversely affects his or her educational performance and cannot be corrected without special education and related services. 


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