ELL Assessment Accommodations in a Time of Changing Academic Standards and Assessment
by Natalia Ward & Amber Warren - June 13, 2016
Using accommodations to ensure access and fairness on high-stakes and classroom assessments for English Language Learners has become embedded in the fabric of American schools as simply common sense. This commentary illuminates unanswered questions and trends related to the uses of accommodations, and urges educators to examine them with a critical eye.
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