Education News Archive - November 22, 2005
By Rieck, William A; Wadsworth, Donna E Dugger Accommodations in both instructional strategies and assessment procedures have long been required for students with special learning needs. Over the last 6 years the authors have worked with schools on fostering inclusion.
By Silva, Melissa; Munk, Dennis D; Bursuck, William D Issues surround grading for all students, especially those with disabilities, who are at increased risk for grades that are low, inaccurate, and lacking in meaning.
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