Research reports that school psychologists experience problems providing appropriate services for their hearing-impaired students. This article explores this issue as it exists in New Jersey. The article reports on the results of a review of the educational records of 74 hearing-impaired students. Specific attention was focused on reports concerning psychological evaluations and their components and administration. It was concluded that service delivery, in the form of psychological assessment, was less than adequate. The need for skill remediation among school psychologists is then discussed.