By The Understood Team
Which classroom accommodations can help children show what they know without their learning or attention issues getting in the way? Here are ways students can complete the work—but with slight changes for specific needs.
Kristen L. Hodnett, M.S.Ed., is a clinical professor in the department of special education at Hunter College in New York City.
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