Testing Accommodations

Testing Accommodations Charts

The following charts are available for use in documenting students' required testing accommodations in Section 504 Plans, English Learner (EL) Plans/documentation, and Transitory Impairment documentation.

Review of Accommodations Used During Testing Forms

  • Review of Accommodations Used During Testing Form Procedures 

    • Process guide for the Review of Accommodations Used During Testing forms
  • Review of Accommodations Used During Testing 
    • Form to be used during team decisions prior to testing to record required testing accommodations documented on the student's IEP, Section 504 Plan, EL Plan/documentation, or transitory impairment documentation, for data entry into ECATS or PowerSchool, and during/after testing to record the accommodations provided and used during testing
  • Review of Accommodations Used During NCEXTEND1 Testing 
    • Form to be used during team decision prior to testing to record required testing accommodations documented on the student's IEP, for data entry into ECATS and PowerSchool, and during/after testing to record the accommodations provided and used during testing

Accommodation Request

In rare cases, a student with a disability may required the use of an accommodation that is not specified in the state accommodations' publications in order to access state tests. This document outlines the procedure to request an accommodation.

Resources

Tab/Accordion Item

For Student Marks Answers in Test Book Test Administrations

Students with the Student Marks Answers in Test Book accommodation do not receive an answer sheet during testing.  Therefore, in order to provide them with equitable access to the demands of the gridded response items and constructed response items, schools may provide these students with the sample grids and sample response space during testing.  These documents should be printed locally and treated as secure test materials once printed for testing purposes.  The documents may be enlarged locally for students who require large print materials.

Teachers may also use these documents before testing day as a resource to prepare students for testing.  The documents do not need to be considered secure under these circumstances.

Testing Students with Disabilities

Guidelines for Testing Students Identified as English Learners

Print Format Error Report Form (Form used to record and submit information about errors found in special print version tests (i.e., braille, large print, or one test item per page).