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Old 08-24-2019, 01:10 PM
 
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This is going to totally depend on the rules in your school/district. Do your students have modifications written on their IEPs stating that they will be assessed only with text at their instructional level, rather than their current grade level? If so, you might have a case.

Here, we are not allowed to put modifications on IEPs for students unless they have intellectual disabilities. Students with LDs are not allowed modifications. Informally, we may assess at their instructional level to get information on instructional next steps, but their official report card is based on grade level standards only and cannot contain information about how they do with specific skills on lower level text.
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