As a parent you are an essential member of the IEP team. You are an active participant. Your role is similar to that of a project manager with a long term plan.
It's time to take a closer look at IEPs - the centerpiece of your child's special education program. This issue is the first in our series on what you NEED to know about IEPs.
What makes the IEP process so confusing? What makes writing IEPs so difficult? How can you get good goals in your child's IEP?
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate, you'll find answers to these questions and learn about the keys to successful IEPs - how to organize, plan, monitor progress, anticipate problems, and keep the IEP team focused on your child.
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