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FACT 8th National Meeting
Greensboro, North Carolina
September 13, 1999

Attendees and Organizations Represented

Leslie ArmenoixNational Coalition of Art Therapies Association
Gibbs Arthur, Jr.Virginia Counselors Association
David BergmanAmerican Association for Marriage and Family Therapists
Tom ClawsonNational Board for Certified Counselors
Mirean ColemanNational Association of Social Workers
Tom DodsonAssociation for Assessment in Counseling
Amy FickleGeorgia Association of Masters in Psychology
Deborah GoodAmerican Art Therapy Association
Jennifer GoldblattCouncil for Exceptional Children - CEDS Division
Joseph JordanNational Board for Certified Counselors
William KingObserver
Wyatt KirkNational Board for Certified Counselors
Manuela KressAmerican Rehabilitation Counselors Association
Lorin LetendreAssociation of Test Publishers
Michael NahlAmerican Mental Health Counselors Association
Patty NunezCommission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification
Barbara PottsAmerican School Counselors Association
Wendy ScottAmerican Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
Martha StokesVocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Association
Shannon StephensGeorgia Association of Masters in Psychology
Joe SuttonObserver
David ThompsonNorthamerican Association of Masters in Psychology
Nicholas VaccAssociation for Assessment in Counseling

Testing Guidelines Endorsed by FACT
The FACT Board of Directors voted to endorse the International Test Commission’s International Guidelines for Test Use, edition 2000. To view the guidelines, click the following link. http://www.intestcom.org/itc_projects.htm.

2008 Membership Meeting
Current FACT members are cordially invited to attend the 2008 membership meeting of the Fair Access Coalition on Testing (FACT). This meeting will take place via teleconference at 11:00 am (ET) on September 15, 2008. Please follow the link for more information.

Restricted Test List Repealed in Indiana
May 17, 2007 - Legislation providing the Indiana State Psychology Board’s authority to create a restricted test list (RTL) has been repealed. HB 1821 removes language originally included in the counselor licensure law which passed in 1997. While this language has been in statute for ten years, a RTL was never successfully adopted despite multiple attempts by the Indiana Psychology Board in the last ten years. Effective July 1, 2007, this new law removes the authority of the Indiana Board of Psychology to create a Restricted Test List (RTL).

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