New federal testing guidelines for disabled students

12/11/2003 | Education Week

The Education Department has issued final rules allowing states and districts to give alternative achievement assessments to up to 1% of students in the grade levels tested. The students' "proficient" or "advanced" scores may be counted toward adequate yearly progress goals if the alternative assessments are aligned with the state's academic content standards and promote access to the general curriculum.

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