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The IEP must include any accommodations in assessments.

Students with disabilities take part in state or district wide assessments and may have accommodations in timing, scheduling, setting, presentation and response.


§300.320(a)(6)(i) A statement of any individual appropriate accommodations that are necessary to measure the academic achievement and functional performance of the child on State and district wide assessments consistent with §612(a)(16) of the Act; and

(ii) If the IEP Team determines that the child must take an alternate assessment instead of a particular regular State or district wide assessment of student achievement, a statement of why—

(A) The child cannot participate in the regular assessment; and

(B) The particular alternate assessment selected is appropriate for the child…


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