Education and Alternate Assessment for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities: Implications for Educators

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Zatta, M. C. ., & Pullin, D. C. . (2004). Education and Alternate Assessment for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities: Implications for Educators. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 12, 16. https://doi.org/10.14507/epaa.v12n16.2004
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Mary C. Zatta, Perkins School for the Blind

Mary Zatta received her Ph.D. from Boston College. She is administrator in the Deafblind Program at Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown, Massachusetts. At the Perkins School, she is responsible for educational and residential programming for deafblind adolescents. In addition to her work at Perkins, she has served as an international consultant in several nations on issues related to the instruction of deafblind children and adolescents. In addition, she is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Massachussetts-Boston / Center for Social Development and

Diana C. Pullin, Boston College

Diana Pullin is Professor of Education Law and Public Policy at the Lynch School of Education and the School of Law at Boston College. She holds a law degree and a Ph.D. from The University of Iowa. She has published extensively in the area of education law and public policy and has served as a consultant to numerous professional associations, research centers, advocacy groups, attorneys, and education officials on issues concerning law, testing, and disability.