Not all accommodations are appropriate for AZELLA testing. Accommodations may not alter the construct of the assessment.
The additional accommodations being requested SHOULD NOT include those listed under the Universal Test Administration Conditions and under the "Approved AZELLA Assessment Accommodations." See ADE's Assessment Accessibility web page at https://www.azed.gov/assessment/accessibility.
Please Note: If this student is currently using braille in classroom instruction, please contact the AZELLA team after submitting this request form.
Identify the AZELLA Domain(s) in which the Student's Disability Precludes Participation (cannot access due to disability - e.g. completely deaf and completely blind and the student does not use any accommodations for the disability).
Whenever administering any AZELLA test, the entire test must be administered. There are no exemptions to being administered a full AZELLA test. However, if, even with accommodations, a student is unable to ACCESS one or more of the AZELLA domains because the student has a disability that precludes his or her participation in that domain, you must identify the domain(s) that the student’s IEP or 504 Plan have indicated that student is not able to access. For example, a student who is completely deaf and/or completely blind may not be able to "access" specific AZELLA domains. A student with a speech disability can "access" the Speaking Test and must be provided an earnest attempt with the AZELLA Speaking Test unit. A student may NOT be exempt from ALL of the AZELLA domains.