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Re: testing the vulnerable among us



He was the representative from the home school and the student would be
going back there. I don't remember why they finally gave in to him. He must
have been relentless.

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>From: "Kathy A. Eads" <kaeads@WT.NET>
>To: ARN-L@listsrva.CUA.EDU
>Subject: Re: testing the vulnerable among us
>Date: Sun, Jan 7, 2001, 7:53 PM
>

> I completely understand your frustration. We have some students who aren't
> special ed but are slow learners who will also never pass TAAS or Son of
> TAAS. It's great to raise the bar of expectation for our children, but we
> have to be realistic in expecting all children to pass these tests.
>
> BTW, why did the IEP team relent? If only one person was in opposition, I
> don't understand what happened.
>
> Kathy
> kaeads@wt.net
>
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