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Delaware Department of Education, 2007
This report, submitted to the U.S. Department of Education, contains summary details of Delaware students' growth in the areas of reading, mathematics, writing, science and social studies. The results reported herein are part of a long-term effort to gather data on Delaware students' educational progress and use the data to inform decisions about…
Descriptors: Social Studies, Educational Testing, Accountability, Testing Programs
Delaware State Department of Education, 2004
The first section of this report guides Delaware educators through the decision-making process for participation in the Delaware Student Testing Program (DSTP) for students with disabilities and for students who are dually eligible as a student with a disability and limited English proficient (SD/LEP).The second section will guide Delaware…
Descriptors: Testing Programs, Disabilities, Language Minorities, Inclusive Schools
Delaware State Department of Education, 2004
When Delaware's grant proposal was originally written, statewide reading achievement data showed a wide achievement gap between students with and without disabilities. Four-year test results showed no improvement. The state was substantially below the national average on the percent of students with disabilities spending 80% or more of their day…
Descriptors: Grants, Educational Improvement, Mainstreaming, Reading Achievement
Delaware State Department of Education, 2004
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) emerged from the field of architectural design when federal legislation required universal access to buildings and other structures for individuals with disabilities. Architects began to design accessibility into buildings during their initial design stage rather than retrofitting standing structures. Using…
Descriptors: Universal Design for Learning, Access to Education, Federal Legislation, Educational Strategies