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  • New York City says testing waiver sought by state could lower standards for students with disabilities

    Nov 10, 2017

    11.09.2017 | Chalkbeat New York |  Maggie Moroff, a special-education policy expert at Advocates for Children, a New York City-based group that opposes the waiver, said she recognizes how frustrating it can be for students with disabilities to sit for exams they find extremely difficult and are unlikely to pass. Nonetheless, “the waiver would give schools the opportunity to lower standards for students with disabilities,” she said, “instead of rising to the occasion.” Read article