Thursday, May 01, 2008

One in five special-ed tests rejected due to administrative errors

Teacher errors in administering an alternative version of Maryland's standardized tests for students with special needs caused the failure last year of nearly 20% of students in Montgomery County schools, according to a new report. The alternative assessments can take up to 80 hours of teacher work. The Washington Post

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