From PEATC Press, Spring 1999
SOL Testing Accommodations
Standardized testing accommodations should be those that the student generally uses during classroom instruction and testing. Listed below are standard and nonstandard accommodations for the Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL). Consider each of the four areas below when developing IEPs or 504 plans. (Adapted from T/TAC Link Lines, February-March, 1999, The College of William & Mary).
NOTE: If a student passes SOL tests using nonstandard accommodations, they are considered to have fully passed the test.
View the Guidelines SOL Assessment Program for Students with Disabilities document approved by the VA Board of Education 10/10/97.
For more information you may request a copy of Participation of Students with Disabilities in Virginia's State Assessment System, published in September 1998 by the VA Department of Education. Call 800-422-2083.
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