34 CFR 668.149 - Special provisions for the approval of assessment procedures for individuals with disabilities.

§ 668.149 Special provisions for the approval of assessment procedures for individuals with disabilities.
If no test is reasonably available for individuals with disabilities so that no test can be approved under §§ 668.146 or 668.148 for these individuals, the following procedures apply:
(a) The Secretary considers a modified test or testing procedure, or instrument that has been scientifically developed specifically for the purpose of evaluating the ability to benefit from postsecondary training or education of individuals with disabilities to be an approved test for purposes of this subpart provided that the testing procedure or instrument measures both basic verbal and quantitative skills at the secondary school level.
(b) The Secretary considers the passing scores for these testing procedures or instruments to be those recommended by the test publisher or State, as applicable.
(c) The test publisher or State, as applicable, must—
(1) Maintain appropriate documentation, including a description of the procedures or instruments, their content domains, technical properties, and scoring procedures; and
(2) Require the test administrator to—
(i) Use the procedures or instruments in accordance with instructions provided by the test publisher or State, as applicable; and
(ii) Use the passing scores recommended by the test publisher or State, as applicable.
Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under control number 1845-0049)
(Authority: 20 U.S.C. 1091(d))

Title 34 published on 2014-07-01

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