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PresenceLearning Adds the WISC-V to its Library of Remote Psychoeducational Assessments

, By Aaron Cotton New research continues to support the equivalence of tele-assessment NEW YORK, July 28, 2020 – PresenceLearning, the leading provider of live online special education related services for K-12 schools, has contracted with Pearson’s Clinical Assess...

Clinical Best Practices for Approaching Tele-Assessment During COVID-19

, By Aaron Cotton With extended school closures in place, schools nationwide are grappling with questions about conducting eligibility assessments.   Should assessment be attempted in the home environment? How can schools best continue serving students in...

Kindergarten Suspensions: How and why is this happening?

, By Jenny Barker The “Have you Heard” podcast covers various public education topics. Recently hosts Aaron French and Jennifer Berkshire aired the episode titled “Kindergarten Suspensions: Yes, It’s a Thing.” The thought of suspended kindergarteners seems absurd, ...

PresenceLearning Pioneers Live, Interactive Video Delivery of Psychoeducational Assessments as Exclusive Online Provider of Woodcock-Johnson® IV

, By Aaron Cotton Delivery of live assessments by professional psychologists via web-based video to help schools provide more timely access to needed student services and evaluations SAN FRANCISCO, September 28, 2016 – PresenceLearning, the leading provider of live...

English Language Learner Issues Part 3: Tips for Gathering Information with an Interpreter

, By Jenny Barker By Karin H. Koukeyan For the past couple of months, we’ve explored topics related to working with bilingual populations including how to determine when a bilingual evaluation is necessary and best practices for working with an interpreter. In...

English Language Learner Issues Part 1: How to Determine When Your Student Needs a Bilingual Evaluation

, By Jenny Barker By Karin H. Koukeyan “Lorena” is a fourth grader who is struggling in Reading Comprehension and Language Arts. She was born in the US and has been in the US school system since Kindergarten, but her teacher notes that she has difficulty ...
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