Most tasks in life aren't like the ACT.
Getting some extra time on tests is fair and helpful, but isn't all that big of a deal.
A good solution to the accommodation issue would be to design tests that don't rely all that much on time pressure.
The most striking thing to me in the Wall Street Journal article was that the College Board approves 94%! of the requests for accommodations (most of which are for extra time according to the article) Hmmmmmm quite a contrast to the many posts on this board claiming that accommodations are usually denied or hard to get.
CB really has no choice, epiphany.