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In light of COVID-19, and on-going discussions at the federal, state, and local level regarding timelines and IEP services, AASP wants to provide you with streamlined access to resources.

AASP Resources

Options for in-person assessments

Option for "Clean Room Testing"

June 2020 White Paper (created by AASP; submitted to ALSDE DOE and ALSDE SES)

Guidance on Psychological Tele-assessment During the COVID-19 Crisis

Conducting Psychoeducational Assessments During the COVID-19 Crisis: The Danger of Good Intentions

March 2020 White Paper (created by AASP; submitted to ALSDE DOE and ALSDE SES)

United States Department of Education (USDOE)

COVID-19 Information and Resources

Q&A from the USDOE

Office of Civil Right (OCR)

OCR Fact Sheet

Alabama State Department of Education Special Education Services (ALSDE SES)

March 27, 2020 FAQ

April 1, 2020 FAQ

News you can use

Purpose of the Emergency LEA/School Closure form

  • To document that the LEA was unable to complete a timely initial evaluation due to an emergency closure that affected both general and special education students;
  • To ensure that Indicators 11 and 12 data submissions reflect valid and complete data; 
  • To ensure accuracy of all findings of non-compliance with these two indicators; and 
  • To enable prompt resolution of errors on individual reports with these two indicators.


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The Alabama Association of School Psychologists (AASP) is a state-level, professional organization for school psychologists and school psychometrists. The purpose of AASP is to serve the mental health and educational needs of all children and youth in Alabama. AASP focuses on sponsoring professional development opportunities both in Alabama and in collaboration with similar state organizations in Mississippi and Tennessee. 

AASP also serves as an informant to the public about the services and practices of psychology in the schools and strives to advance the professional standards of school psychology/psychometry. AASP is an affiliate of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).


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