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Educational Credential Evaluators W. Suite Milwaukee, WI Preparation of a Psycho-educational Evaluation Report by Margaret Kay, Ed.D. Print page Print in PDF Educational and school psychologists are relied upon to prepare psychoeducational evaluation reports for school-age children and must occasionally also testify as expert witnesses in educational due process proceedings.
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