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Division 2: Psychological Assessment & Evaluation

2020 IAAP ELECTIONS

DIVISION 2

Election for Division President-Elect

Dear IAAP Division Voting Members:

The 2020 Division President-Elect election is now open.

Please click the button below to access the list of division elections you have access to as a member of those specific divisions.

You will need to log in to the member area to access the page where this information is presented. 

You will find on each division election page the instructions to follow to cast your vote. 

We trust you will find the voting experience to be straightforward and efficient.

Please take the time to cast your vote. Each vote represents a valued choice and provides you an opportunity to have your voice heard. Your vote can make a difference!

Voting will close at 4:00 PM on August 14, 2020 (UTC time). If you experience any difficulty accessing your ballot or have any questions concerning the election, please contact the IAAP Operations Center at operationscenter@iaapsy.org.

Sincerely,

Jacques Gregoire
Chair of the Division Elections Committee

Past President of IAAP Division 2

Division Election Page


About Division 2 

Division 2 deals with the development of educational and psychological tests and their administration, the expansion of state and national educational testing programs, and the use of tests in work and clinical contexts. It also involves issues of test construction, administration and scoring, as well as adaptation from one language and culture to others.

One of the main goals of Division 2 is to support good practice on assessment and test use. To reach this goal, Division 2 has, for a long time, a close relationship with the International Test Commission (ITC). One of the Division 2 Board members is also a member of the ITC Council and several Division 2 members collaborate to the ITC projects. The main collaborations are on the development of guidelines and the biennial ITC conference.

President: Kurt F. Geisinger

Past President: Jacques Gregoire