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Description

A set of tools designed by National Center on Educational Outcomes (NCEO) to identify and describe reasons why all students, including students with disabilities, English learners, and English learners with disabilities should take state tests. The purpose of the toolkit is to provide a concise resource that state education agency staff, and district and school administrators can use when communicating with educators, policymakers, families, and students about why it is so important that students participate in state assessments. The toolkit contains materials that Individualized Educational Program (IEP) teams can use when making state test participation decisions for students with disabilities.

Details

Date
2021-11-10
In publication since 11/9/2021
Type
Tool or Toolkit 
Contact
Michael L Moore moore031@umn.edu or +1 612-626-0546
Publisher
National Center on Educational Outcomes (NCEO)

Products

  • NCEO Participation Communication Toolkit: Participation Communication Toolkit
  • NCEO Participation Communication Toolkit: Communicating about Annual State Assessment Participation for All Students: A Communication Toolkit—Photos
  • NCEO Participation Communication Toolkit: Participation Communication Toolkit Educator Flyer
  • NCEO Participation Communication Toolkit: Participation Communication Toolkit Policymaker Flyer
  • NCEO Participation Communication Toolkit: Participation Communication Toolkit Family Flyer
  • NCEO Participation Communication Toolkit: Participation Communication Toolkit Student Flyer
  • NCEO Participation Communication Toolkit: Participation Communication Toolkit IEP Team Discussion Guide
  • NCEO Participation Communication Toolkit: Participation Communication Toolkit Slide Deck Template
  • Topics

    • Educational accountability and assessment
      • Assessment Participation
        • English Learners
          • English Learners with Disabilities
            • Students with Disabilities