Educational Accommodations, Modifications, and Curriculum

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Overview

Accommodations and modifications are put in place via an Individualized Education Program (IEP) to help ensure that a student can access the curriculum and make progress throughout the school year. Check out these resources to learn about what kinds of accommodations and modifications are available, the differences between them, how they may affect a student's ability to work toward a diploma, how they can help make a classroom more inclusive, and more.

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Overview

How are accommodations and modifications different?

When do accommodations or modifications affect my child’s ability to get a diploma?

What are some common examples of accommodations and modifications?

Who is responsible for creating an alternate curriculum?

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