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Accommodations

  • Beattie, S., Grise, P., & Algozzine, B. (1983).  Effects of test modifications on the minimum competency performance of learning disabled students.  Learning Disability Quarterly,  6(l), 71-77.
  • Braun, Henry et al. (October 1986).  The predictive validity of the Scholastic Aptitude Test for disabled students.  Studies of admissions testing and handicapped people, Report No. 8.  ETS-RR-86-38.  Princeton, NJ: College Entrance Examination Board; Education Testing Service.  (ERIC Document Reproduction No. ED 286 884).
  • Braun, Henry et al. (November 1986).  The predictive validity of the GRE General Test for disabled students, ETS Research Report,  86-42, Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service
  • Brinckerhoff, L. C., Shaw, S. F., & McGuire, J. M. (1993, August/September).  Promoting access, accommodations, and independence for college students with learning disabilities.  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 25(7), 417-429.
  • Brown, D. S. (1998). Job accommodations for people with dyslexia: Coping in the workplacePerspectives, a publication of the International Dyslexia Association, pp. 24-26.
  • Houck, C. K., Asselin, S. B., Troutman, G. C., & Arrington, J. M. (1992).  Students with learning disabilities in the university environment:  A study of  faculty and student perceptions.  Journal  of Learning Disabilities, 25, 678-684.
  • Tessler, Linda G. (Summer 1998).   Accommodations make success possible:  A personal account, Perspectives, a publication of the International Dyslexia Association (IDA).