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This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
The major concern in the assessment of school performance is academic achievement.

   
 
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Question 2.
Students must show a school performance problem to be eligible for special education services.

   
 
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Question 3.
When teachers use curriculum-based measurement, assessment takes place once or twice a year.

   
 
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Question 4.
In the 1970s, public concern over the quality of the American educational system led to the back-to-basics movement.

   
 
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Question 5.
The same testing accommodations are used with all students with disabilities.

   
 
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Question 6.
The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 makes specific references to students with disabilities.

   
 
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Question 7.
Individual tests of achievement such as the PIAT-R/NU and the WIAT-II emphasize the assessment of science and social studies.

   
 
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Question 8.
School records and teachers are the primary source of information about a student's school performance.

   
 
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Question 9.
Group testing measures often underestimate the performance of students with disabilities.

   
 
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Question 10.
In the fall of 2002, approximately 75% of students with disabilities spent at least 50% of their school day in general education classrooms.

   
 
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