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Assessments can have flexibility

Published: Apr. 11, 2023Updated: Apr. 12, 2023
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While all CAASPP assessments offer a selection of aids and accommodations, alternate assessments like the CAA do allow for a wider range of supports during testing, including a variety of media for engagement and demonstration of student knowledge. Dr. Jimenez explains that alternate assessments can be a lot more flexible, are based on every student’s needs, and are designed to find ways for students to be successful.

To learn more about statewide assessments, read our article Statewide Assessments 101!


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