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Is it possible to be in general education if you need curriculum modifications?

Is it possible to be in general education if you need curriculum modifications?

Published: Mar. 9, 2022Updated: Mar. 17, 2022

It is possible to be in a general education class with a modified curriculum. Dr. Sarah Pelangka of KnowIEPs recommends that the student have a formal inclusion specialist (or a special education teacher) to support the general education teacher in ensuring the student has the modifications and accommodations they need to be successful.

For more, see our article Placement Options and the Least Restrictive Environment.

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