How to accommodate students with disabilities on common core tests

05/6/2013 | MiddleWeb

Accommodations for tests aligned with the Common Core State Standards are useless for helping students with disabilities show their abilities unless quality instruction precedes the tests on a daily basis, writes special-education teacher Elizabeth Stein. In this blog post, Stein recommends that educators implement districtwide guidelines from the Universal Design for Learning and The Center for Applied Special Technology.

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