Yes. When the BPFT was being developed, one consideration in selecting test items was that preference would be given to test items that are or could be taken by both youngsters with and without disabilities and that appear in typical physical fitness test batteries appropriate for nondisabled youngsters. This is acceptable since youngsters with disabilities are often able to perform one or more of the same test items as youngsters in the general population. Teachers in inclusive settings are encouraged to administer the same test items from their regular test battery to both nondisabled youngsters and youngsters with disabilities. (In fact, teachers may choose to use the BPFT as their "regular test battery" since it includes tests and standards appropriate for students both with and without disabilities.) There may be times, however, when some or all test items or standards to evaluate physical fitness will be different for a youngster with a disability. In these instances, parts or all of the BPFT may be substituted for or supplement test batteries used with nondisabled youngsters. If the educational setting that is appropriate for an individual with a disability has been determined to be an inclusive one, every effort should be made to administer test items to all students at the same time in an integrated setting.