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Reporting Test Results for Students with Disabilities and English-Language Learners: Summary of a Workshop Appendix B Workshop Participants Jamal Abedi, University of California, Los Angeles Jim Carlson, National Assessment Governing Board Peggy Carr, National Center for Education Statistics Arthur Coleman, Nixon Peabody LLP, Washington, DC Richard Durán, University of California, Santa Barbara Stephen Elliott, University of Wisconsin Margaret Goertz, Consortium for Policy Research in Education Laura Golden, Center for Equity and Excellence in Education, George Washington University Laura Hamilton, RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, California Eugene Johnson, American Institutes for Research David Malouf, Office of Special Education Programs, U.S. Department of Education John Mazzeo, Educational Testing Service Patty McAllister, Education Testing Service Gary Phillips, National Center for Education Statistics Lynne Sacks, Center for Equity and Excellence in Education, George Washington University Phyllis Stolp, Texas Office of Assessment William Taylor, Attorney at Law, Washington, DC Martha Thurlow, National Center on Educational Outcomes, University of Minnesota
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Reporting Test Results for Students with Disabilities and English-Language Learners: Summary of a Workshop Gerald Tindal, University of Oregon Thomas Toch, Brookings Institutes Scott Trimble, Kentucky Office of Assessment
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