Case Study 8.1: A “Surprise” Fire DrillIn this case study, I found some evident issues. One being, Aiden, a student with an Autism Spectrum Disorder, requires accommodations requested by his parents for a fire drill, but his teacher disagrees with the accommodations (Gorski & Pothini, 2018). Another issue is that Aiden’s teacher, Ms. Foster, believes that the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) objectives are unnecessary because she thinks that Aiden progresses like the rest (Gorski & Pothini, 2018). A third issue I found in this case study is the fact that Aiden is scared by loud noises and why that critical fact about Aiden is not incorporated into his IEP (Gorski & Pothini, 2018). One last issue I found, in this case, is the tension between the two teachers, Ms. Foster and Ms. Stintson.Ms. Stintson is a special education teacher and Ms. Foster has a student in her class who needs extra support, so I think these two teachers should be working with one another and not against each other.When it comes to the various perspectives in the case, I concluded a few perspectives.