Accommodations and Modifications. What Teachers Need to Know. What is the difference?. Accommodations For general education and students with exceptional disabilities Students follow the ACOS on grade level Students are assessed on the same material as the rest of the
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What Teachers Need to Know
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Simply stated, accommodations, are changes to the way a student is expected to learn or how he or she is tested.
Modifications are changes to what the student is expected to learn.
Accommodations are “whatever it takes” so a student with disabilities can have access to the general education and earn a regular diploma.
1. Parents of the student with a disability
2. Not less than one Regular Education Teacher of the student
3. Not less than one Special Education Teacher of the student
4. Representative of the public agency (LEA)
5. Individual who can interpret the instructional implications of evaluations results
6. At the discretion of the parent or agency other individuals who have knowledge or expertise regarding the student
7. Whenever appropriate, the student with a disability
8. Secondary Transition Services Participants
9. Early Intervention Representatives
***All of the members listed must stay in the IEP meeting until it is completed!
“ There is a 2-year statute of limitation for IEP’s.”
Melinda Baird, Esq.