When One Size Does Not Fit All—The Special Challenges of Accountability Testing for Students with Disabilities
by Diana Pullin - 2005
This chapter assesses the impact of accountability testing of students with disabilities and the use of test data concerning these students. The history of educating students with disabilities, the social and educational policy goals for these students, and the legal provisions for these students create a unique set of challenges for accountability testing.
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