Thinking About the Students Who May Qualify to Participate in An Alternate Assessment Based on Modified Academic Achievement Standards (AA-MAS): A Tool for Study Groups

Author(s)
Sandra Berndt, Barbara Ebben

Description

A report describing an activity used by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction to learn more about the characteristics of students who may qualify to participate in an alternate assessment based on modified academic achievement standards (AA-MAS). Wisconsin is a member of the Multi-State GSEG Consortium Toward a Defensible AA-MAS, a project of the Institute's National Center on Educational Outcomes (NCEO) in collaboration with the Departments of Education in Alabama, Hawaii, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Wisconsin.

Details

Date
2008 
Type
Report 
Publisher
Multi-State GSEG Consortium Towards a Defensible Alternate Assessment Based on Modified Achievement Standards (AA-MAS)
Collaborators
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

Topics

  • Educational accountability and assessment
    • Assessment Participation
      • Instruction
        • Policy
          • Standards-based IEPs
            • Students with Disabilities
            • Specific life stage
              • Adolescents and young adults
                • Children