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May 02, 2016

Why Are Students with Disabilities Failing Standardized Tests?

Students with disabilities are not getting the kind of instruction that would enable them to perform better on assessments, according to two groups that promote improved academic performance for this student group.

April 29, 2016

NAEP Scores for Students With Disabilities Remain Flat

The gap in scores between students with and without disabilities on the National Assessment of Educational Progress is not narrowing.

April 19, 2016

ESSA Committee Agrees on Special Education Testing Rules

After hours of conversation, the committee agreed on policies that states must follow when it comes to testing students with severe cognitive disabilities.

April 15, 2016

Students With Disabilities Get Testing Protections Under Draft ESSA Regulations

States would have to prove that students who take the SAT or ACT have the testing accommodations they need.

April 07, 2016

Alternate Tests for Special Education Still Sticking Point for ESSA Panel

The panel tasked with creating rules to govern the Every Student Succeeds Act is hung up language in the law relating to testing students with severe cognitive disabilities.

March 25, 2016

ESSA Panel Weighs Rules for Testing for Those With Severe Cognitive Disabilities

Changes in the Every Student Succeeds Act will mean new regulations governing the testing of about 1 percent of students with severe cognitive disabilities.

February 24, 2016

Justice Department Eyes Accommodations on SAT, ACT

In some states, students with disabilities are required to take one of the college-entrance exams, but some can't get the testing accommodations they need.

October 29, 2015

NAEP Scores for Students With Disabilities Show Wide Achievement Gap

Scores for students with disabilities on the "nation's report card" continue to trail significantly the scores of students without disabilities, with little ground gained.

July 20, 2015

New York State's Request for Waiver on Testing Rejected by Education Department

New York had asked the U.S. Department of Education for permission to give some special education students tests that match their instructional level, rather than their grade.

June 01, 2015

Achievement Gaps on State Tests Remain Wide for Students with Disabilities

Students in special education perform 32 to 40 percentage points behind their peers, and those gaps have remained fairly steady for at least six school years, according to a recent analysis.

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