Use 5-step process to identify, provide accessibility supports for students

By Jennifer Herseim, Special Ed Connection® “There’s been a real evolution in thinking about accessibility” brought on by advances in technology and assessment design over the past five years, according to Martha Thurlow, director of the National Center on Educational Outcomes. Now, many of the tools educators once considered accommodations for assessments can be accessed by any student through embedded supports, Thurlow said. More …

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