What accommodations will be given to my child with an 504 or IEP?

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Since IEP and 504 plans are unique to each student, accommodations will vary based on a student’s individual needs.  Any accommodations listed in the State Assessment section of the IEP or 504 will be given to the student.  Common accommodations include: extra time, stretch or restroom breaks, testing in a small group, access to text-to-speech technology, the ability to use scratch paper, use of a diabetic monitor, and use of noise canceling headphones. Please refer to your student’s plan or as your student’s service provider for more information.