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Appalachia Educational Laboratory at Edvantia (NJ1)

This final edition focuses on two global issues that encompass most, if not all, of the topics explored in previous issues. With an emphasis on academic success for all children, the authors look at a method of universally designed assessment developed by the Kentucky Department of Education and based on the tenets of universal design for learning. This paper describes the leadership role taken by officials in this state to develop assessments for all students and the state's vision for future assessments. The other articles in this edition explore a foundational concept at the very heart of new and emerging technologies: technology literacy. Articles include: (1) Assessing Students with Disabilities: Moving Assessment Forward through Universal Design (Ted S. Hasselbring, Preston Lewis, and Margaret E. Bausch); (2) Online Assessments of Technology Literacy: The Perfect Petri Dish (Mary Axelson); and (3) Beyond Technology Competency: A Vision of Information Communication Technology Literacy to Prepare Students for the 21st Century (Ken Kay and Margaret Honey).

Descriptors: Student Evaluation, Disabilities, Access to Education, Computer Assisted Testing, Academic Achievement, Technological Literacy, Standards, Evaluation Methods, Teacher Evaluation, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries

Appalachia Educational Laboratory at Edvantia, P.O. Box 1348, Charleston, WV 25325-1348. Tel: 800-624-9120 (Toll Free); Tel: 304-347-0400; Fax: 304-347-0487; e-mail: info[at]; Web site:

Autor: Hasselbring, Ted S.; Lewis, Preston; Bausch, Margaret E.; Axelson, Mary; Kay, Ken; Honey, Margaret


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