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ERIC Number: ED140157
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976-Nov
Pages: 20
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Student Assessment Service: A Model for Assessment of Learning and Behavior Problems in the High School.
Gillespie, Jacquelyn; Wright, Janet
There is little provision in the average high school for the evaluation of students with learning and behavior problems. The new master plan for Special Education in California calls for at least two levels of assessment, one to be implemented in a school appraisal team, including teachers, program and resource specialists, and an administrator. More serious problems are to be referred to an educational assessment service that provides specialized evaluation by psychologists, physicians, and other professionals. For the first time it seems that some real consideration is being given toward providing a built-in system at the school level for assessment of student academic skills as the need becomes apparent. It seems logical that such a comprehensive evaluation procedure should be an integral part of any educational setting which attempts to deal with students as individuals. (Author)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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