An accommodation is a change to the classroom environment that gives students equal access to learning. For example, a struggling reader may use text-to-speech (TTS) software. This tool reads text out loud. It might not improve reading skills. But it helps the student access the content in books.
Accommodations can be combined with interventions. For example, the student may use TTS software along with a specific program to improve reading skills.
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the difference between accommodations and interventions