NCEO Technical Reports: IEPs and Standards: What They Say for Students with Disabilities (#5)

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Part of the NCEO Technical Reports series.
Author(s)
James Shriner, Dong-il Kim, Martha L Thurlow, James E Ysseldyke

Description

This year 1993 report presents a study comparing students' IEPs to national and locally defined standards for mathematics. The IEPs of 76 students with mild disabilities were compared to the National Assessment of Educational Progress proficiency levels for mathematics, local standards, and a taxonomy of dimensions including: Level of Mastery, Nature of the Material, and Operations. The report suggests a widening of the gap between what students with disabilities are taught and the assessments with which they are tested. Implications for actions by the special education and standards-setting communities are discussed.

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Date
May 1993 
Type
Report 
Edition
Number 5
Contact
Michael L Moore moore031@umn.edu or +1 612-626-0546
Publisher
National Center on Educational Outcomes (NCEO)