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Joined: Oct 24, 2009
Posted Oct 24, 2009 at 8:34:44 PM
Subject: Descrimination by the Educational Testing Service Help
ETS Disabilities Services refused to provide or create accessible study materials or practice tests for test takers with disabilities. They provide Braille and large print study guides, but not practice exams, and Braille and large print are only accommodations for certain types of visual or processing impairment. I tried repeatedly to explain my situation and the reason why study guides they provide are inadequate for many people with disabilities.
I would like to know if anyone else is having any problems with ETS. If yes, please contact me by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org or just respond to this post.
I am putting together a binder with interviews I have conducted about the lack of accessible information and the problems that it causes for students and test takers with disabilities. I am also collecting statistics and information about the rights of people with disabilities. I will send my finished product to government agencies and any other organization that may be able to help. Again, if you or anyone that you know wants to answer some questions about their experiences with ETS and accessibility please respond to this post or e-mail me.
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