NYSESLAT Exam Requirements for ELLs with Disabilities
The New York State English as a Second Language Achievement Test (NYSESLAT) is administered to all English Language Learners every spring. The NYSESLAT is a measurement of a student's English language growth. ELLs with disabilities are required to take the exam in consideration of any testing accommodations recommended in the student’s IEP that is allowable by New York State policy.
Students must achieve the exit criteria to no longer receive ELL services.
To learn more about Exit Criteria please click on the link below:
ELL Exit Criteria