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Does a regular education teacher need to be excused from the meeting if a student only

Does a regular education teacher need to be excused from the meeting if a student only has material or method modifications in that teacher’s area of the curriculum?

 No. Such modifications as extended time on tests or shortened assignments are not considered modifications of the curriculum.



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