I spoke with school psychologist regarding the test over the phone today. Would rather in person, but she said she was busy. I asked specific questions regarding the test results I received on Saturday. She told me to skip over the documentation and go to the charts. Explained what the "grey" area was. i asked her about the documentation, stated the errors such as his name, which on the form said "Alexandra" and it is Alexander. Stated my name was wrong, he didn't skip first grade, he skipped second. and other errors. She said she reviewed all his records from Kindergarden until now. I asked her if she reviewed his behavior records from elementary school. She said she did not know. Just his records. Because..According to the school district website behavior records do not transfer from school to school and must be destroyed within one year after the child leaves the school. She said she did not know. I questioned several statements made on the summary portion of the evaluation. She just said it was a "group" discussion with the teachers and a review of his records. I asked her what she meant by "high risk", and maladjusted, and the other (which I cannot remember at this time). She stated it was a "group" discussion. I asked her in this group discussion did they take into consideration that he is 1 - 2 years younger than other students in his grade. (his age was listed as being 14 during the term of the IEP. He will still be 12 when 8th grade starts). I told her I did not agree with much of the testing. He may not be socially or mentally at the level as SOME 7th graders, but by far MORE adjusted than 6th graders or kids HIS age. She said I do not need to agree with her report but she will not change it. She said what I see at home is not considerred on the report. I told her that I have been at school and I have witnessed situations at school to contradict her findings. She stated she will not change her report. Now my question. Shouldn't the psychological evaluation have been based on him NOW? Why would she review his records all the way back to Kindergarden. She does not know the stories behind many situations in his early years. Why would they school psychologist have a "group" discussion with the teachers to determine her report? Shouldn't that be seperate from that of the teachers (which I feel is where most of his anxiety comes from). Spoke to the program director after that. She wants to meet with me to go over IEP page by page. She agreed with most of my concerns and we will go over this on Thursday morning.