How to Manage a Crisis with the School

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Circulation: 98,627
ISSN: 1538-320
December 1, 2015

women at computerMost parents do not need an attorney - they need a plan.

During a crisis, your first response is likely to be a big mistake!

Think. Regroup. Analyze the issues. Gather information. Locate the high ground. Plan a strategy.

In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you will learn how to manage a conflict or crisis with the school and long-term planning strategies you can use to weather the storm.

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Crisis! Emergency! Help!

You may damage your child's case by reacting emotionally, acting impulsively, or believing you must do something immediately!

We wrote Crisis Management - Step by Step for parents who are in crisis. A "must read" for parents who want to avoid a crisis.


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Cool Tool! IEP Pop-Up

You have the right to disagree with the school about your child's needs, appropriate services, educational placements, and other issues.

Learn the strategies to resolve disagreements with the IEP Pop-Up: Resolving Disputes.


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Misunderstanding with the School? Next Steps...

If you are unable to resolve a dispute with the school, learn about your options.

Resolving Parent-School Disputes is Chapter 14 in Wrightslaw: All About IEPs.

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