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Association of Test Publishers
Established in 1992, ATP is a non-profit, member-run organization that represents providers of tests and assessment tools and/or services related to assessment, selection, screening, certification, licensing, educational or clinical uses.
EdITS (Educational and Industrial Testing Service)
Founded in 1962, EdITS has become an industry standard in the field of career guidance and psychological assessment.
PAR (Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc.)
Founded in 1978, Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR), is a leading publisher of assessment instruments, software, books, and other related materials.
Pearson (Formerly Harcourt Assessment)
Pearson's comprehensive offerings help inform targeted instruction and intervention so that success is within reach of every student at every level of education.
Pro-Ed Inc. is a leading publisher of standardized tests, books, curricular resources, and therapy materials covering: Speech-Language Pathology, Special Education and Rehabilitation, Psychology and Counseling, Occupational and Physical Therapy, and Early Childhood.
WPS (Western Psychological Services)
Western Psychological Services (WPS) is a leading publisher of assessments, books, software, and therapy tools for professionals in psychology, education, and allied fields.
APA Testing Links
APA's Guidelines and Expectations for Test Takers: Rights and Responsibilities
The website clarifies the expectations that test takers may reasonably have about the testing process, and the expectations that those who develop, administer, and use tests may have of test takers (APA 2009).
APA's Test and Assessment Code of Fair Testing Practices in Education
The Code of Fair Testing Practices in Education (Code) is a guide for professionals in fulfilling their obligation to provide and use tests that are fair to all test takers regardless of age, gender, disability, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, linguistic background, or other personal characteristics (APA 2009).
APA's Test and Assessment FAQ's
APA responds to a large number of testing questions each day, ranging from "What guidelines or standards govern testing and assessment?" to "What is APA's stand or viewpoint on a particular testing issue?" (APA 2009).