'Testing Students With Disabilities is firmly grounded in the cutting edge research the authors have conducted for nearly three decades. They have done a brilliant job of treating a very complex topic in a most readable, logical, and understandable way' - Donald Deshler, Professor of Special Education, University of Kansas This book provides helpful information about including students with disabilities in the school assessment systems. It provides practical strategies for ensuring that this inclusion is meaningful for the system and for the student. In the Second Edition, a list of technical assistance is included, and dissemination networks that can provide information relevant to the topics are covered in this book. Some of them are national resources; others are regional.