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Increasing Equity in the Classroom for Youth with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Tips for Using Classroom Accommodations

This new tip sheet introduces some common accommodations for youth with IDD in public school settings. It reviews the four main types of accommodations—presentation, response, timing/scheduling, and setting accommodations. It explains which youth typically need various types of accommodations and provides examples of accommodations educators can use in the classroom or in alternative settings. The tip sheet also includes four student profiles to provide grantees with practice in identifying the most appropriate types of accommodations for individual students. Use this tip sheet to help make your classroom more inclusive for youth with IDD!