This is exactly what worries me. In your situation, I’d probably have her retested by someone who specializes in young children. You are not required to give schools the data, so I’m not sure your public school worry is necessary. I would say this: if the team that’s working with her all of the time feels she needs specialized services, they may be using the score to say, “Our results are matching this.” Since she is currently receiving services it seems like she needs, continuation of those services seems like a good plan. Overall, the difficulty is that a score is a little cloud following her, that isn’t really helping in her case. Ironically, her case is one in which I would have had her tested at that age (red flags with memory and processing), so I wouldn’t regret testing, actually. If she had just a couple of scores pulling it down, the GAI should show that.