Standardized testing problematic for special-education students

04/24/2012 | Washington Post, The

The achievement of students in special education cannot always be measured by a test, educators say. That likely will be problematic as more states adopt teacher- and school-evaluation systems based on students' test scores. Of particular concern is properly assessing the learning gains of students with the most severe cognitive disabilities. In many cases, states have not determined how to assess the achievement of students in special education and their teachers.

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