In This Issue ...
July 31, 2012
This week you will begin to tackle the mountain of paperwork generated by the special education system.
Do you have bags, boxes and folders full of miscellaneous documents and records?
It's time to organize!
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you will learn the steps for correctly organizing, dating, and filing documents in your child's special education file. Find out what to do... and what NOT to do.
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||Success Story: What Organizing the File Can Do!
Debbie wanted a change of placement for her son. The school refused.
How did Debbie Get the School to Change her Son's Program and Placement?
She organized her son's file - to include supporting documents from evaluations, test scores, clear requests made in writing, notes from taped IEP meetings, copies of all her letters, and more.