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Exclusion Rates for ELLs From NAEP Are All Over the Map

To say that the rates for excluding English-language learners and students with disabilities from the National Assessment of Educational Process "vary a bit from state to state would be, um, an understatement," writes my colleague Catherine Gewertz over at Curriculum Matters.

It will be interesting to see what the exclusion rates look like under the new policy to address the issue just approved by the board that governs the test.

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