Pitoniak, M., & Royer, J. (2001). Testing accommodations for examinees with disabilities: A review of psychometric, legal, and social policy issues . Review of Educational Research , 71 (1), 53–104. https://doi.org/10.3102/00346543071001053
Accommodations were not specified; instead, it summarizes issues relevant to testing and accommodations for individuals with disabilities.
A review of research literature, law and policy, and ideas for future research related to testing and accommodations for individuals with disabilities were examined.
A review of literature was completed.
A wide range of testing accommodations were discussed throughout this paper. Some included modifications of presentation, response format, timing, test setting, and using only parts of or a modified version of the test. Additionally, psychometric issues (related to reliability and validity) related to accommodations are discussed. Finally, the authors suggest future research focus on ways to maintain test reliability and validity when accommodations are provided.