Additional Educators’ Perspectives on Classroom Implementation of Accessibility Features and Accommodations
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A second report from the DIAMOND project on phone interviews conducted with educators to highlight effective practices being used to implement accessibility features and accommodations in their classrooms during instruction and during assessments. Educators were asked about two kinds of accessibility features (universal features and designated features) and about accommodations. This report on the second cohort of interviewees presents separate findings as well as an overall summary for the two cohorts.
- Educational accountability and assessment
- English Learners with Disabilities
- Accessibility & Accommodations
- English Learners
- Students with Disabilities