I have two questions about IEP modifications. I have the ICS sections of math, and I plan on asking my co-teacher and/or the case manager to be sure, but what do you think: 1) One girl's IEP says "limit new concepts taught each class" . I don't understand how something like that even makes it into an IEP. I usually only teach 1-2 new ideas/concepts per day (3 at the most), but still. This is an ICS class with half special ed. and half general ed kids. I have to get through the curriculum just as though it were any gen. ed. class without ICS. If I did have to teach a bunch of new concepts in order to meet the curriculum, how could I comply with this? 2) Another girl's says "allow calculator use". I usually allow calculator use, but there are a couple of topics where a calculator defeats the whole purpose of the topic. (For instance, some of the concepts with radicals and evaluating trig functions.) Does this mean I have to allow calculator use for EVERYTHING, or am I allowed to give them the occasional non-calculator assessment when the calculator trivializes things. Again, I will check with the special ed dept in my school, but just wondering about these questions from your general experiences.