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Alternate assessments are used to evaluate the performance of students who are unable to participate in general state assessments even with accommodations.

Accommodations and Alternate Assessment Use in Schools and Programs That Serve Students who are Deaf-Blind

Alternate Achievement Standards for Students with the Most Significant Cognitive Disabilities: Non-Regulatory Guidance

Alternate Assessment

Alternate Assessment Bibliography

Assessments for Students with the Most Significant Cognitive Disabilities (Factsheet for Parents)

Developing Educational Standards

Expectations for Students with Cognitive Disabilities: Is the Cup Half Empty or Half Full? Can the Cup Flow Over?

National Alternate Assessment Center

NCLB & IDEA: What Parents of Students with Disabilities Need to Know and Do

No Child Left Behind Act: Most Students with Disabilities Participated in Statewide Assessments, but Inclusion Options Could Be Improved

State Alternate Assessment Policies

TAKS-Alt: The Times...They Are A-Changin' for Assessing Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities

Technical Design and Documentation Workbook for Assessments Based on Modified Achievement Standards:

Ten Questions Parents Should Ask About Alternate Assessment

Tool Kit on Teaching and Assessing Students with Disabilities

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