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Students from Diverse Backgrounds

Can We Use English Standardized Tests For Assessing Students From Diverse Backgrounds?

Assessing students from diverse backgrounds is something that every speech-language pathologist needs to be able to do well. There is not a single speech-language pathologist who only tests those whose cultural, linguistic, and educational backgrounds match their own. Not one single one. Students from diverse backgrounds are over-represented in special

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Diagnostic Accuracy of Speech-Language Tests

Interpreting Sensitivity and Specificity As speech-language pathologists we often use speech and language tests as diagnostic indicators for whether someone has a speech or language disorder, and we need to consider is the diagnostic accuracy of these tools. In other words, how accurately do these tools discriminate between people with

Receptive Language Goals That Pack A Punch

Have you ever thought about why we test for a receptive and expressive language disorder pretty evenly but favor expressive language in our therapy?  And how about our goals? Even when a child has a mixed receptive expressive language disorder, why do we focus so much less on the receptive

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