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Wednesday, July 05, 2006

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JohnL

I edited John's comment to make the link below clickableLiz, I'm a bit wary of overtesting; it's a topic about which we should probably have further discussion, but I haven't time right now.

Still, let me add to your list of resources: The National Institute for Literacy funded a project that brought together experts in reading assessment to analyze common tests of early reading. The outcomes have been very influential. The report is a bit technical, but still pretty accessible. It's available at

http://reading.uoregon.edu/assessment/analysis.php">http://reading.uoregon.edu/assessment/analysis.php">http://reading.uoregon.edu/assessment/analysis.php

and your readers might want to poke around that entire site, as it has some of the clearest and most sensible materials one can find anywhere on effective early reading (i.e., prevention of dyslexia).

Greg

Can the WISC-III or WISC-IV be compared to the Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Academic Achievement to determine discrepancy and eligibility for LD services?

Greg

Can the WISC-III or WISC-IV be compared to Woodcock-Johnson III Test of Academic Achievement to determine discrepancy and eligibility for LD services?

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