Every child deserves a quality education. Children with autism have special needs that must be met within their classrooms. For example, some students with autism need more time to complete tests and quizzes, and others need aides that can help them process difficult emotions that arise during a school day. School districts are required to develop individualized education programs (IEPs) to help autistic students succeed in classrooms. Elements contained within the IEP must be available to the student every day. Each child's IEP will look different, and plans can change as the child grows.