Document Type


Publication Date

Spring 1983


Educable mentally retarded (N=220) elementary and secondary students were administered Inventory of Basic Skills or the Inventory of Essential Skills (Brigance), The Peabody Individual Achievement Test (PIAT), and the Wide Range Achieve Test (WRAT). Results suggested that the Brigance measures do not replace the PIAT and WRAT. (CL)

Publication/Presentation Information

Journal for Special Educators, 19, Spring 1983, 66–71.



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