Before placing students with disabilities in any educational program, schools must evaluate carefully each student’s skills and special needs. Federal requirements provide standards for proper evaluations and placement procedures.
The tests and evaluation materials that are used must be chosen to assess specific areas of the student’s needs. For example, a student may not be assigned to special education classes only on the basis of intelligence tests. When a student with impaired sensory, manual, or speaking skills is evaluated, the test results must accurately
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