6 Access for All

September 2012
Principal;Sep/Oct2012, p22
The article discusses key principles about educating with disabilities in implementing Common Core State Standards. It notes that principals should recognize that students with disabilities are a heterogeneous group and require individualized educational planning. Principals should reportedly distinguish between accommodations and modifications and support an environment to set expectations that teachers will understand.


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