In This Issue ...
April 9, 2013
So, I can help develop my child's IEP? Yes, absolutely.
Your input is invaluable. You are an essential part of the IEP team. The law is very clear about your right to participate as part of the team developing your child's IEP.
Should the IEP include ALL the services my child needs?
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you can use Wrightslaw's new IEP Pop-up to answer questions about how you and the IEP team determine the services & accommodations your child needs.
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New Pop-Up! Understanding the Basics of Developing Your Child's IEP
Learn about IDEA requirements for Developing Your Child's IEP.
Just click on the pop-up box to see answers to the questions, federal law or regulations that support these answers, and a list of additional resources.
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