Summer School 2014
Parent Rights & Responsibilities in the IEP Process
At the IEP meeting, you negotiate with the school for services on your child's behalf.
When you seek win-win solutions to problems you can take control at IEP meeetings without playing hardball. When your team develops win-win solutions, the team members are committed to the success of their solutions.
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you'll find Part 3: Taking Control at IEP Meetings. Learn to develop IEP solutions that allow you and the school district to get your needs and wants met. Learn what strategies to use. Find out how to ask questions and what questions to ask!
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