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January 18, 2007


a link to this position paper from the National Conference of Bar Examiners, et al.


about changing the law concerning testing accommodations

Yolanda McKenzie

I am trying to find out if a child in special education class can have a state test (NYS ELA) read to them. I am currently teaching in a 3rd grade self contained classroom. Is this possible? Any answers will be helpful


My son was approved for the SAT accommodations of Extended time on test. But ACT refused accommodations because his IEP said he gets extended time on assigments and short test. ACT received a copy of his IEP, WJ III summary and score reports, copy of SAT approval for Accommodations. But ACT Refused. How many other people have run into this problem?

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