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What challenges do general educators face in adapting lessons for students with learning disabilities? What suggestions would benefit general educators in this position? Please include references.

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General educators often face the problem of limited time and resources when adapting lessons for students with learning disabilities. Aligning material as closely as possible to the general education expectations while offering students the right amount of accommodations and modifications can also be confusing. Additionally, general educators may have numerous students with learning disabilities in a classroom, all of whom need to achieve their individual learning goals. (National Center on Accessible Instructional Materials, Curriculum Modification by Nari Koga, Boston College and Tracey Hall, Ph.D., Senior Research ...

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The solution discusses challenges that general educations face when adapting lessons for students with learning disabilities. The solution provides suggestions for benefitting general educators in this position.

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