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Abacus | Math | Lessons | Kids |New Jersey | USA
Abacus | Math | Lessons | Kids |New Jersey | USA
2014-02-04 11:05:38 - Math Genie provides math for kids abacus lessons everyday to solve problems with cool games from private tutors and combines the ancient abacus with modern child psychology to create a unique strategy for kids to learn math.

"The New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge For Grade 4 Technical Report Dated May 2003 created and made available by the New Jersey Department of Education is significant to all the parents students and private tutors at all of the three Math Genie abacus math for kids schools in New Jersey in the United States of America, continues on to state the following, quote “Accommodations and Modifications for Students with Disabilities. To ensure that students are tested under appropriate conditions, the Department of Education has adopted test accommodations and modifications that may be used when testing special populations of students. The content of the test typically remains the same, but administration. Procedures, setting, and answer modes may be adapted.

Students requiring accommodations must be tested in a separate location from general education students. Special education students must take the NJ ASK unless their IEP specifically exempts them".

"A student whose IEP exempts her or him from taking the NJ ASK must participate in the IEP. Special education students may be tested using accommodations/modifications specified in the students’ Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) that are approved by the Office of Evaluation and Assessment. Students who have a disability and are eligible under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 may be tested using accommodations or modifications specified in the student’s 504 plan that are approved by the Office of Evaluation and Assessment. Large-print and Braille materials are provided to districts as required. Students completing a Braille version of the Mathematics section are instructed to bring a Braille ruler to the test session as well as a talking calculator. Students completing a large-print version of the test may use a ruler that is used during class instruction. Students using the Braille test booklets are permitted to dictate their answers for multiple-choice questions to the examiner".

"Students taking the Braille test are also permitted to dictate their responses to the open-ended questions and all writing tasks. If dictation is used, the student is required to indicate all punctuation and must spell all key words. Students using the large-print test booklets mark their answers for multiple-choice questions in the large-print version of the test booklet. Visually impaired students may use special equipment such as a typewriter or computer, if appropriate, for the open-ended questions and writing tasks. For 2003, the Braille versions differed from the standard versions of the tests as some items were omitted. These items are noted in the student's copy of the test” end quote".

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