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Accommodations could include some of the following:

 - Sitting in the front of the class

 - Extra time on tests or homework

 - Modified homework

 - Having tests read to the student

 - Testing in a quiet location

 - many other accommodations to meet student needs

504 Plans

Written educational plan developed for a child who has a disability identified under the American's with Disabilities Act and is enrolled in an elementary or secondary educational institution and is not eligible for an IEP.

A 504 Plan identifies what accommodations are required to ensure that the student has access to the curriculum and receives an appropriate education.  A 504 plan is not as formal as an IEP and is provided to students participating in a general education program.