|Title:||Teacher Perspectives of School-Level Implementation of Alternate Assessment for Students With Significant Cognitive Disabilities|
|Description:||Read about teachers' perspectives on school-level implementation of alternate assessments in a national study released by the National Center for Special Education Research. This study included more than 400 teachers of students with significant cognitive disabilities from three states. The report provides information on the background and experiences of teachers of students with significant cognitive disabilities, the skills and characteristics of the students they teach, and their classroom environments. It also describes their perspectives on how well they understand the alternate assessment system, their expectations and beliefs, the availability and use of instructional resources, and their students' opportunity to learn academic content.
Key findings include:
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|Cover Date:||April 2010|
|Web Release:||April 27, 2010|
|Publication #:||NCSER 20103007
|Authors:||Renée Cameto, Frances Bergland, Anne-Marie Knokey, Katherine M. Nagle, Christopher Sanford, Sara C. Kalb, and Jose Blackorby: SRI International. Beth Sinclair, Derek L. Riley, and Moreiça Ortega: Policy Studies Associates. Kristen Lauer, Project Officer, National Center for Special Education Research.|
|Type of Product:||Research Report|
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