Large Scale Assessment and Accommodations: What Works?
This book is essential reading for all who are interested in the most recent information on the policy, research, and practice of accommodating large-scale assessments in K-12 and beyond. The editors have compiled chapters by over 25 leading researchers and practitioners in the field of testing accommodations for students with disabilities and English language learners. Chapter authors include Jamal Abedi, Lizanne DeStefano, Stephen Elliott, Janette Klingner, James Shriner, Martha Thurlow, Gerald Tindal, and others. This book is an ideal resource for members of IEP teams who make decisions on testing accommodations for state assessments, as well as state departments of education and researchers.