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ISSN: 1538-320
May 2, 2017

Everyday, people just like you, Ask the Advocates.

Asking questions: A good strategy for identifying win-win solutions.

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In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate find out what questions parents are asking, meet the advocates who answer these questions, and learn their creative solutions and helpful advice on special education issues.

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Question: Can the School Put My Child in a Certificate Program?

Advocate's opinion: No way! Don't settle for an alternate diploma. Begin with the highest expectation for your child. Consider this carefully - find out what you can do.


Question: What Rights Do I Have to Choose a School?

For a parent to influence team decisions, you must be able to define your child’s needs completely and specifically so the IEP team will have enough information to develop an appropriate program.


Question: My Child is Making No Reading Progress. What Should I Do?

Reading programs are not "one-size-fits-all." Choose a reading program based on the unique and individual needs of your child.

One reading program will not work for all students, even if the reading program is research based.


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