Accommodations Handbook

General Notes on Documentation

  • Submitting the full IEP, 504 plan, or other formal documentation provides EMA with the most complete information, which may prevent approval delays.
  • The document must be clearly dated with any available signature pages included.
  • Submitting incomplete or invalid documentation may result in delays when processing the student’s request for testing accommodations.
  • All documents submitted to EMA for review as part of the application process for accommodations MUST be submitted in English. Any document composed in any other language must be translated to English first and then submitted before the application will be reviewed.


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If you have any questions or concerns about your family's ability to provide anything needed for your student to complete testing, please contact EMA immediately and well in advance of your scheduled test date.

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