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How We Can Make Disability Accommodations in Schools More Equitable

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As an educator, I work with students with IEP and 504 plans. IEPs support students with disabilities with specialized instruction, while 504 plans are for students who need support but do not necessarily need specialized instruction.

As an educator and somebody who has needed accommodations in school due to severe anxiety and severe depression, I am all for accommodations.

However, is it sometimes too much? How do we best provide accommodations to our students on a 504 plan without holding them back and preventing them from learning to navigate the world on their own?

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