Tests and Inequality for Disabled

An article called “ACB Seeks Testing Accommodations Horror Stories” in the January 2010 issue of “The Braille Forum” requests person with disabilities to contact them regarding  exams such as the GRE, GMAT, and LSAT and the inequality of how the exams are given.  Do you have a story to share?
The goal is to allow the American Council of the Blind to approach testing entities, Congress, and the federal government with the goal of achieving change, but they need to share these stories to help build their case.

To see the article, please go to www.acb.org and look for the January, 2010, issue of “The Braille Forum”; it is available in various formats, including e-mail, podcast, large print and braille.


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