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ASSESSMENT IN SPECIAL EDUCATION PLACEMENT.

Defines special education. Accountability issue. Pressure on school districts regarding student performance, parental, bureaucratic and legislative concerns. Process of assessing whether students are benefiting from their school experiences. Types and categories of assessment decisioins. Use by teachers to plan program placement. Meanaingful program planning. Influence of public law and compliance.
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ASSESSMENT IN SPECIAL EDUCATION PLACEMENT
What is Assessment
Special education is
educational instruction or social services designed or modified to assist individuals with disabilities… a range of services, including social work services and rehabilitative counseling, provided to individuals with disabilities from ages 3-21 through the public school system, including instruction given in the classroom, at home or in institutions (Gale Group, 1998, p. 1).
With the ever-increasing accountability pressure on school districts today regarding the performance of their pupils and a wide variety of interested parties ranging from parents to bureaucrats

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