Accommodations may be necessary for a student with

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Accommodations may be necessary for a student with ASD. When an accommodation is added to an IEP, it refers to A . changing the level of work or difficulty B . making existing work more accessible to the learner C . placing the student in a self-contained classroom D . allowing the student to attend a resource room
A person highly trained in ASD who can consult with the student's education team and monitor progress is a
Why might a parent become angered with the school when their child with autism has an IEP?
A key concept to the amendments of IDEA in 2006 included

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