Martha Thurlow from United States tells us about making reasonable acommodation in education: 

Speaker biography

Martha Thurlow is a Senior Research Associate at the National Center on Educational Outcomes, University of Minnesota. During her career, Dr. Thurlow’s work has emphasized the need to ensure accessible curricula and assessments for students with disabilities, English learners, and English learners with disabilities, with the ultimate goal being to enable these students to leave school ready for success in postsecondary training or employment. She has worked toward this end by addressing the implications of U.S. educational policy for these students, striving to improve inclusion and access to appropriate instruction and assessments for all students, and collaborating with others on standards-based educational systems and inclusion for these students. Dr. Thurlow has a long history of contributing to the professional literature through peer reviewed journal articles and chapters, as well as through numerous publicly available reports.

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