La. students with disabilities could opt out of state assessments

04/30/2013 | Times-Picayune (New Orleans), The

Some Louisiana students with disabilities who are not pursuing a standard high-school diploma would be allowed to opt-out of the ACT and state assessments under a proposed bill. Schools also would not be penalized under the state's accountability system. However, some officials warn that the measure could put the Louisiana out of compliance with federal regulations.

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