By Geri Coleman Tucker
Some kids with learning and attention issues may be allowed to use accommodations when taking standardized tests. Here are some examples of the types of accommodations available.
Geri Coleman Tucker is a freelance writer and editor and a former deputy managing editor for USA Today.
Bob Cunningham, Ed.M., serves as advisor-in-residence on learning and attention issues for Understood.
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