Accommodations are strategies, materials and/or services that are provided to help “level the playing field” for a student. Accommodations do not change the curriculum: all Burroughs students are expected to complete all of the work and take the same tests as their peers. However, students may be granted accommodations that enable them to more effectively demonstrate their knowledge on daily work and tests. Some examples of accommodations include the use of an audio text to accompany written text for a learning disability in reading, and enlargement of text or access to an alternative means of taking notes for a visual disability.