The PARCC Common Core Assessment Consortium recently announced that students with disabilities will be afforded the option to have portions of the test read-aloud.
In addition, students who use American Sign Language can have portions of the test interpreted for them and students with disabilities will be given the option to use calculators during certain sections of the math assessments. You can read more about these new PARCC accommodations at the link below.
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