Assistance to special needs students invalidates test results

10/10/2003 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Thirty Maryland schools failed to meet state standards after the reading scores for thousands of special education and ESOL students were tossed after officials discovered adults had read them the test questions. Officials say they are caught between laws requiring such students receive accommodation and others forbidding test assistance.

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