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TASC (Test of Adult Secondary Completion) Half-day for Students with Special Needs - Alternative High School Equivalency Program (AHSEP) - 427.012

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Program Summary

The Alternative High School Equivalency Program allows high school students who are capable of successfully completing their program, between ages 16-19, still enrolled in a local high school, the opportunity to obtain their high school equivalency (TASC).

 

Contact Information

Name: Jake Stomieroski
Address: Questar III Columbia Greene Educational Center, 131 Union Turnpike, Hudson NY 12534
Phone: 518.828.4157
Fax: 518.828.0084
Email: jstomieroski@questar.org

Program Description

The Alternative High School Equivalency Program allows high school students who are capable of successfully completing their program, between ages 16-19, still enrolled in a local high school, the opportunity to obtain their high school equivalency (TASC).

Questar III's "TASC for Students with Special Needs" will assist students with IEPs, giving them the opportunity to obtain their high school equivalency TASC. It could be for students that have graduated with an IEP diploma that would like to earn a TASC, or for students who are over 16 years of age and do not have enough high school credits.

The following criteria are set forth by the NYS Education Department:

The following criteria are set forth by the NYS Education Department:

TABE Entrance Exam and Testing Accommodations: When taking the entrance exam, TABE, testing accommodations are not permitted as it is a norm reference base exam. Therefore students may have lower TABE results, but score higher on the actual TASC with their accommodations. A "special modification application" must be filled out and supported by a professional diagnostician. This documentation must be current and within three years of the test dates.

Note: This program will be held at Questar III's Columbia-Greene Educational Center am/pm and at Rensselaer Educational Center am only. Classes approximately 12 students per 1 instructor and 1 teaching assistant. Students requiring more support than classroom of 12 will be considered on a case-by-case basis. These TASC classes will be taught by Special Education Teacher. When students have met the TASC pre-test criteria and have received the recommendation of the AHSEP faculty, they will be allowed to sit for the TASC exam.

The intake committee will review each student to determine their eligibility. A district representative must be present at the intake meeting.

Rensselear Educational Center
8:30 - 11 am

Columbia-Greene Educational Center
8:15-10:45 am
11:15 am-1:45 pm.

 

 

 

Product added date: 2016-02-15 17:30:30
Product modified date: 2018-02-12 09:15:05

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