Common-Assessment Groups Differ on Accommodations

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Common-core tests being developed by two state coalitions offer the promise of more inclusion and self-sufficiency for students with special needs – but differences in administration and accessibility features mean the testing experience for students in those special populations will vary widely depending on the state they call home. Click here, to read more.

Common-Assessment Groups Differ on Accommodations

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