|May 17, 2007||Exciting News in Indiana!|
|March 23, 2006||New update on Indiana legislation.|
|July 7, 2005||Read this announcement about the Restricted Test Rule in Indiana!|
|Letters and Testimony|
|January 23, 2004||Testimony from Dr. William "G" Harris before the Indiana Board of Psychology regarding the Restricted Test List Rule. |
|January 23, 2004||Testimony from Dr. J. Scott Hinkle before the Indiana Board of Psychology regarding the Restricted Test List Rule. |
|May 10, 2001||Letter from the Indiana Assistant Attorney General to NBCC|
|May 10, 2001||Letter from the Indiana Assistant Attorney General to FACT |
|March 30, 2001||Letter from the Indiana Attorney General to the Indiana State Psychology Board|
|March 7, 2001||Letter to Indiana Governor Frank O'Bannon, from FACT|
| ||201 Restricted Tests recommended by the Indiana Board of Psychology |
|February 12, 2001||Memo from the Indiana State Psychology Board |
|October 28, 1998||Letter from Indiana State Psychology Board to NBCC|
|October 19, 1998||Letter to Indiana Governor Frank O'Bannon, from NBCC|
|September 15, 1998||Letter to Indiana Board of Psychology, from FACT |
| ||318 Restricted Tests recommended by the Indiana Board of Psychology ||
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Restricted Test List Repealed in Indiana|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- Legislation providing the Indiana State Psychology Board’s authority to create a restricted test list (RTL) has been repealed.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).