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The following Special Paper Version (SPV) test formats are available to meet the needs of students who cannot access the test content through computer-based testing: Braille, large print paper, and regular print paper.
Please note that for AASA and AzSCI, student responses from SPV tests must be key-entered in TestNav by the end of the appropriate test window. Computer-based testing (CBT) schools will follow the CBT window, and paper-based (PBT) schools will follow the PBT window. For ACT Aspire, student responses from braille or large print tests/answer documents must be transferred to a standard print answer document for scoring. ACT Aspire SPV tests will follow the ACT Aspire PBT window.
Braille: The student’s IEP or 504 Plan must document the need for Braille materials for instruction and assessment. A Braille test kit will include directions for administering the Braille assessment.
Large Print: The student's IEP or 504 Plan must clearly state the font size used for instruction and the type of materials teachers enlarge for the student.
Paper: A student who cannot access the computer for classroom work due to injury, illness, or low vision may need a paper test in lieu of taking the test with peers on the computer. The student’s IEP or 504 Plan must clearly indicate how the teachers accommodate the student's needs in class and the restrictions the student has when using technology. Examples include no more than xx minutes of screen time per day, or must have a significant break after xx minutes, no computer usage at all, etc.
You must submit pages of the student's current IEP or 504 plan that indicate the need for an SPV form of the test. The document you submit must include:
THIS IS A SECURE FILE SUBMISSION.
Allowed file extensions – .pdf, .doc, .docx, .jpg, .png, .xls, or .xlsx
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