Students with disabilities are expected to meet the same academic standards as their non-disabled peers in the general education setting. They must be placed in general education classrooms with appropriate support from their teachers. The best way to meet the needs of students in an inclusive setting is by implementing the co-teaching model of inlcusion. While doing this, the special education teacher may need to keep ups with the various accommodations and modifications that are being used during instruction. This handy graph will help you to collect data to determine if the accommodations and modifications are appropriate for your student.