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Classroom accommodations for students who learn and think differently

By Understood Team

What classroom accommodations help kids who learn and think differently thrive in the classroom? Here are ways students can get the work done — but with slight changes for specific needs.

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“Elijah came with me to his IEP meetings. At first, he would just sit there quietly, taking things in. But by middle school, he began to be more vocal about his needs.”

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