Developed by Smarter Balanced member states, with assistance from the National Center on Educational Outcomes, these frequently asked questions address common inquiries from schools and districts about the delivery of universal tools, designated supports, and accommodations. This document supports the Consortium’s Usability, Accessibility, and Accommodations Guidelines—unanimously approved by Governing States in September 2013. Click to view.
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The Smarter Balanced Usability, Accessibility, and Accommodations Guidelines will shape the delivery of online testing for all students, including those with visual, auditory, linguistic, or physical needs. The guidelines were developed in collaboration with member states and nationally recognized experts on English language learners and students with disabilities. Click to view.