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Volume 26, Issue 2 (1997)

Editor's Comments

pp. 143—145

School Psychology Review’s second issue of 1997 contains a mini-series on intelligence testing in the schools. Historically, school psychologists have played a major role in school assessment activities, and the administration and interpretation of individual intelligence tests have been major components of our assessments. In one recent survey of school psychologists’ activities (Reschly & Wilson, 1995; Wilson & Reschly, 1996), school psychologists reported that they spend more than half of their time in psycho educational assessment activities - and much of this assessment time is spent administering, scoring, interpreting, and writing reports for individual intelligence tests.

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