Seems like they don’t think you know anything unless you can name the book it comes out of.
I use my books when I want to find something out, Hallahan, Kauffman, and Pullen define modifications as "...amended materials or assignments and differ from changes in curricula or instructional strategies," they define accommodations as "...changes in instruction that don't significantly change the content or conceptual difficulty level of the curriculum." Adaptations are "..significant modifications of instruction than accommodations," while tiered assignments are "...adaptations, wherein teachers provide choices for assignments on a single topic that vary in difficulty," (Hallahan Instructional accommodations and adaptations may be the most important area that the inclusion teacher will address.
In 2004, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA Part B) was passed to provide federal funding and ensure services for children ages 3–21 who have disabilities.
Through IDEA, states and public agencies provide early intervention, special education, and related services to more than 6.5 million children.
Students with ADHD are covered by the Americans with Disabilities and Vocational Rehabilitation Act, which requires schools to provide appropriate academic accommodations for students with disabilities.