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Accommodations

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

Like all measures on easyCBM®, alternate forms of each math test were designed to be of equivalent difficulty, so teachers 
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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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