The law gives parents power to use when making educational decisions for their children. Parents should not be afraid to use their power.
But, there are better ways to obtain positive results than to roar through IEP meetings in a Mack Truck.
Parents are often dealing with personal obstacles - lack of information, isolation, and emotions.
What can you do?
This issue of the Special Ed Advocate is Summer School 2015 Session 3. You'll find Indiana Advocate Pat Howey's Tips for Good Advocates and get Pat's answers to advocacy questions when you Ask the Advocate.
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