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New York State Test Results: Students With Disabilities

posted by Kaitlin Senk on August 9, 2013 | 19 views | 0 favorites

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With only a small margin of students with disabilities meeting proficiency standards in math and English, maybe it is time to consider measuring different intelligences by different standards. Instead of relying on one test for all students, these statistics reflect a need for a different way to measure intellectual performance.


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