NCEO Synthesis Reports: Empirical Support for Accommodations Most Often Allowed in State Policy (#41)

Description

This year 2001 report is a compilation of information collected from NCEO's searchable database on the accommodations that are most often allowed in state policies: Braille editions, computer/machine response, dictate response to scribe, extended time, interpreter for instructions, large print edition, mark answers in test booklet, read aloud, test direction clarifications, and test breaks. The summary of research reveals that there are not yet simple or conclusive answers to questions about the effects of specific accommodations.

Details

Date
November 2001 
Type
Report 
Edition
Number 41
Publisher
National Center on Educational Outcomes (NCEO)

Topics

  • Educational accountability and assessment
    • Accessibility & Accommodations
      • Blind/Visual Impairments
        • Content Areas
          • Deaf/Hearing Impairments
            • Intellectual/Cognitive Disability
              • Learning disabilities
                • Policy
                  • Technology-based Assessments
                  • Specific life stage
                    • Adolescents and young adults
                      • Children