In This Issue ...
February 3, 2015
It is good to have an expert in your corner during the IEP process. Experts provide valuable assistance. But sometimes experts make mistakes that can turn a positive situation into a negative.
This week, we give you more popular articles from the series Mistakes People Make.
Previously, we took a look at mistakes parents and advocates make.
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate attorneys Pete Wright and Bob Crabtree offer advice about avoiding mistakes independent experts may make.
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Mistakes People Make: Evaluators
To make their case for services or a specific program for their child, parents need a competent, credible independent evaluator. Caution! Mistakes by evaluators can undermine parents' credibility or render their opinions useless.
To learn about mistakes independent evaluators should avoid, read Mistakes People Make: Independent Evaluators by Massachusetts parent attorney Bob Crabtree.
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