accommodations in a separate location. They start a half hour earlier
than the others, then some go as much as an extra half hour
afterwards. We have a large location next door to the computer lab
which makes it a perfect place, since those kids who have access to
the computer as part of their accommodations can be in the computer
On Tue, Dec 14, 2010 at 11:37 AM, Brent Spicer
> I'd like to know what other schools do to administer final examinations for
> students with accommodations. My experience has been to have all students
> with extended time in a separate, quiet area (in our case, the library or a
> theater gallery) versus starting them with the general student body and
> allowing them to stay later (through the disruption of other students
> leaving and turning in their exams), or asking the students with extended
> time to get up and move to another location.
> I can see arguments both ways, so I thought I'd ask the group what your idea
> of a best practice is.
> Thanks for any help.
> Brent Spicer
> Head of Upper School
> The Independent School
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