With the student population that I have received over the years that have had IEP's in the public school system, it is a struggle. In the beginning, it is not always known to the instructor which is a challenge as well. Once identified it can be a lift to set the student up for success on the instructional team. Instructors do not have, for the most part, formal educational training so they are left at a disadvantage. Due to this a workaround that I have used is to meet with the student(s) that seem to struggle with getting their work done, performing at an expected level of competency, or understanding the content of the curriculum. This has been addressed by having weekly meetings for those that are underperforming and open office hours where any student can log in and ask questions. These seem to have worked for my students so far.