I think I may have asked a question on this before, but.... I teach ICS HS math (alg 2). I have about 9 special ed kids and 10-12 gen ed kids in each class. Most of the special ed kids get extended time on tests/quizzes. Usually at the end of the test period, they come up and hand me their papers, and say something like "I'll be back during lunch (or after school or during study hall etc. etc.) to finish". Almost all of my general ed kids finish, but I sometimes have like 1 general ed kid who doesn't finish in time (usually because he or she didn't study, and so, doesn't know what he or she is doing), and this kid is usually still working after the bell rings. They then overhear the special ed kid say that they are coming in later for extra time, and then they ask "Can I come back after school to finish too?" It is department policy that we should not offer extra time on assessments unless stipulated in an IEP or 504. Most of the students finish with much time to spare. What would you say to this general ed kid? I know the common answer is to tell him/her "Sorry, no extra time", and if he or she asks why so and so got extra time to state that "Fair isn't equal" or that "It's none of your concern.", but I'm not entirely sure they understand that. What are your thoughts? Have you run into this issue?