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Study: Test-taking accommodations may fall short for students with ADHD

from ADDitude Magazine

When students with ADHD secure IEPs, 504 plans, or informal school accommodations, their parents often consider it a victory — and hope that the accommodations will lead to an improved application of knowledge and skills, particularly on timed tests. But a recent study shows that commonly used testing accommodations, like extended time or regular breaks, don't actually help students with ADHD perform better on standardized tests — a conclusion that may lead educators and parents to re-evaluate these strategies. more

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