The ICTS Director of Special Education Test is a standardized, criterion-referenced, objective-based test utilized by the Illinois Content Area Standards for Educators for teacher certification. This is a multiple-choice test of 125 questions. The ICTS Director of Special Education Test is divided into three main subareas: Special Education Program and School Environment; Laws, Ethics, Finance, and Service Provision; and Collaboration and Management. There are 18 individual test objectives for the ICTS Director of Special Education Test.
The exam requires a basic understanding of the objectives as well as the ability to convey more specific information found in the descriptive statements of the test objectives. A passing score for the ICTS Director of Special Education Test is a total score of 240 or higher. The total score is reported after four weeks and is broken down by subarea to inform individuals of their strengths and weaknesses.
Last Updated: 06/26/2014