If you teach inclusion classes, you are familiar with the process of taking out a portion of the students who have Separate Setting accommodations on their IEP. The problem is, some students who really need the smaller class setting for testing, are quite embarrassed by being singled out for removal from the classroom.
Not in my class. My inclusion teacher (who also happens to be my wife) came up with the strategy years ago and it has worked very well in my class. The separate setting accommodation is NOT about the different room, it IS about the smaller number of students. Check with your state about what that number is, but I am betting it is larger than you thought. Ours is 15.
On test day, my inclusion teacher either takes all the girls, all the boys, picks randomly, or just asks which students want to go with her. Once she takes about half the class, both rooms now meet the separate setting guidelines. No one is called out. Students who are not labeled often choose to go to the different room to test. No one is embarrassed.
Let me know if you have any Inclusion class hacks in the comments!