Modifications: MODIFYING THE CURRICULUM FOR ALL STUDENTS

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Phil:  I would like to know if it is legal for a regular education teacher to modify the curriculum for a struggling student who is not on an IEP.

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My son has 504 plan for ADHD. He has always struggled with math and this year has physics. By law can we ask for modified tests for him in that class? The school is suggesting he switches to the easier physics class referred to as ” applied physics ” however he would have to drop out of his band elective to do so. Being in band gives him a social element we feel is important although he seems to be considering the idea. Input is greatly appreciated!
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I will answer for the state of New York — I’m not completely certain this would hold in any state. Yes, a regular education teacher may modify the curriculum informally, as long as the student gets exposed to the regular curriculum.
Please ask your parent center to be sure.

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