Accommodating adhd on the crct
Accommodations: SON REFUSES ACCOMMODATIONS THAT MAKE HIM LOOK “DIFFERENT” Holly: My seventh grade son is dyslexic and dysgraphic. My son has tracking issues and cannot take scanned tests. Her response, “XXXX was asked by both the teacher and the paraeducator if he would rather write on his test then take the scantron and he refused.
If you feel strongly about the use of the accommodation, disagree with any new one that is selected, or disagree if the Team selects no new one, you do have access to dispute resolution options.
Chuck: Emily, are they saying that the accommodation is not valid for state testing, instruction or both?
They should have a district policy or state rule to show you what supports their statement.
Parent advocate is also telling me that I can‚Äôt do anything about it.
My child has been very very successful when given accommodations of both ET and Paper Pencil based tests.