Improving the Accessibility of State-Mandated Assessments: Findings from a Focus Group of State Education Agency Representatives
This report provides state leaders and test developers with initial considerations for improving the accessibility of state-mandated assessments for students with disabilities, specifically those who use assistive technology and accessible educational materials in daily instruction. These findings can be used by states to inform the development of policies and guidelines, and by test developers to inform the design of assessment systems and platforms. Most desirable is that the findings will help initiate improved collaboration between and among states, districts, and test developers.
National Center on Accessible Educational Materials (2022). Improving the Accessibility of State-mandated Assessments: Findings from a Focus Group of State Education Agency Representatives. Wakefield, MA: National Center on Accessible Educational Materials. Retrieved [insert date] from [insert URL].