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C-SEP

Core Selective Evaluation Process

About C-SEP

C-SEP (Core-Selective Evaluation Process) is an efficient and comprehensive approach to identify students with Specific Learning Disability (SLD) by determining a pattern of strengths and weaknesses using the core tests of the Woodcock-Johnson (WJ) IV, Wechsler or Kaufman Batteries with additional "selective" testing conducted as needed. Each assessment contains a "core" set of tests that provides a representative survey of abilities measured by the battery. Examiners can selectively administer additional tests to provide greater breadth of measurement in an area of cognition or linguistic competency or in a domain of achievement.


About us

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Dr. Tammy L. Stephens

is a founder and architect of C-SEP. She is an Account Executive at Riverside/HMH. She has a doctorate in Special Education. She is an educational diagnostician, assistant professor, and a former special education teacher. She has written multiple peer-reviewed journal articles, provides trainings, in addition to presenting at the national and international conferences.

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Dr. Edward K. Schultz

began his career working with children with significant mental health needs prior to becoming a special educator teacher and educational diagnostician. He earned his undergraduate and master’s degree at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, TX, and earned his PhD at the University of North Texas in Denton, TX.

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Dr. Sarah B. Holmann

Dr. Sarah B. Holman is an Assessment Consultant with C-SEP Assessment and Training Academy. She is currently the Clinical Product Marketing Director for Riverside Insights. Dr. Holman spent 21 years in public education working as a Bilingual Teacher, Bilingual Educational Diagnostician, Dyslexia Diagnostician, Dyslexia Coordinator, and Special Education Coordinator. She received her Ph.D. in Special Education from Texas Woman’s University.

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Georgene Moon, M.Ed.

has forty-two years experience in the field of Special Education as a teacher, Educational Diagnostician, and education consultant. She believes in giving back to and supporting her profession by serving on TEDA Boards, at the state and local level, and also on the TPED Board.