Assistive technology as an accommodation on accountability assessments: An analysis of attitudes and knowledge of special education professionals

@inproceedings{Atchison2008AssistiveTA,
  title={Assistive technology as an accommodation on accountability assessments: An analysis of attitudes and knowledge of special education professionals},
  author={Bradley Tilman Atchison},
  year={2008}
}
No Child Left Behind legislation has required public schools to increase efforts to measure and track student performance through school, district, state and nation-wide assessments. Researchers argue that it is essential for all students, including special education students, to be included in accountability assessments in order to help measure and track educational progress and compare the performance of schools, districts and states in terms of achieving educational goals. One method for… CONTINUE READING

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