My middle school has inclusion classes. These classes have about 26 students in them. In the math and english classes, there are two teachers in the class--one gen. ed teacher and one sped teacher. However, for all of the other classes, there is no co-teacher or para--it is just the gen. ed teacher (who is not sped certified). For example, my friend teaches science and she has all 26 students alone and is still expected to implement accommodations! She says the class is chaos because of the number of kids who need help and the behavior. The other science teacher was joking and said that she can't implement small group testing, so she just sends the kids to the back lab tables. Is this legal/normal? It seems like it would violate a child's IEP?