Are sign language interpreters considered reasonable accommodations for exams?

Yes, the use of sign language interpreters for exams may be a reasonable accommodation, allowing the student to demonstrate content knowledge while reducing barriers to the test. To determine if the use of a sign language interpreter is appropriate, review the accommodation request with the instructor and student on a test-by-test basis.

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Updated on October 26, 2023

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