The Understanding Psychoeducational Evaluation series is a powerful resource to empower educators and parents with knowledge about the evaluation process and scores produced through evaluation. Despite widespread use of standardized evaluation tools to identify students who are in need of special education services, many educators and parents have a limited understanding of these tools and the results they produce. Empower educators and set parents at ease with these understandable, jargon-free handouts.
This download is for the Relative Proficiency Index (RPI) handout from the Understanding Psychoeducational Evaluation series. This handout featuresa definition and explanation of Relative Proficiency Index (RPI) scores and why they are a relevant score type. Also included is an explanation of why RPIs may or may not be reported.
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This series is designed to close gaps that exist between parents, educators, and evaluators. The full series describes what to expect through each step of the evaluation process (both private and public), identifies the types of evaluations used, and provides an explanation of the score-types produced by evaluation tools. The series also provides guidance on how parents and educators can work together through the process.