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Remote, Online Administration of Psychoeducational Assessments

A Research-based Solution Addresses a Persistent Service Gap in Schools Nationwide

As the number of school psychologists shrinks, many districts struggle simply to meet compliance requirements—sometimes at the expense of providing broader services that help the general population of students and overall school climate. Relieving overburdened school psychologists from exclusively focusing on testing would give them more time to address student behavior, mental health, and school climate issues.

Remotely delivered social-emotional and behavioral assessments—especially for students in virtual schools and in rural and remote locations—have become more prevalent over the last few years.

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