This weekend, I checked out the services offered by Stockton State College, here in NJ. I must say, as a special educator, I was shocked. It looks as if the professors are now being asked to "modify" and "accomodate" all students with disabilities. While I understand that handicaps, such a vision, hearing, and mobility issues require special services, it seems the schools are now preparing for the "learning disabled" and "ADHD" kids as well. This is from the faculty handbook: http://intraweb.stockton.edu/eyos/wellness/content/docs/pdf/dispart2.pdf There has been an ongoing debate whether or not students with disabilities ( who do not meet the same standards as the regular ed. students) should be offered a different HS diploma. Some states do this. Should college professors be required to "modify" assignments for students who can't read? I'm having a real problem with this.