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Accommodations

Are there scoring guidelines for students who have speech impairments?

For students with speech impairments, we recommend that you score as "correct" the items that the student pronounces with their 
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Do the measures change to accommodate ELL and Special Education students?

The tests are the same for all students; however, teachers are encouraged to provide accommodations as outlined in students’ IEPs. 
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Are there ELL modifications to the assessments?

The primary author of the easyCBM system, Dr. Julie Alonzo, worked for 12 years as a secondary school teacher with 
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What accommodations are there for the online portions of easyCBM CCSS Math and Reading for blind and visually impaired students?

All of the math items include a read-aloud option (grades K-8), but it does not describe any pictures or graphs 
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Recommendations for Math and Reading Tests

Here are our recommendations for taking the math and reading tests: For math tests, teachers are allowed to read a 
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Can students use a calculator on the math tests?

For math tests, teachers are allowed to read a question to a student. And by reading we mean just the 
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Administering a Math Test

Administering a math measure is the same as if the student were taking a regular classroom test. There is no 
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About easyCBM Math Measures

All of the mathematics measures on easyCBM were developed by mathematics teachers, working collaboratively with researchers from the University of Oregon 
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About easyCBM Reading Measures

Like all measures on easyCBM®, alternate forms of each reading test were designed to be of equivalent difficulty, so teachers can 
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What is Progressive Difficulty?

First, let me make the distinction between stair stepping of difficulty and equal difficulty as it pertains to reading measures. 
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