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Based on your school district, there should be ongoing training classes to learn more about IEP and accommodations. Accommodations vary based upon each individual student. The special education teacher should closely observe each student, since there is no such thing as "one size fits all". Students are evaluated by a Multi-disciplinary team. The school psychologist prepares the MDT report and classifies the primary and secondary(if any) disability of the student. Various standardized and non-standardized tests are done for academics and non-academics(behavior), before the IEP meeting is convened. You can enroll in an M.Ed. for Special Education program at any local university if you don't have access to any school district programs. I hope this helps.
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