You will understand the power of getting organized when you take your organized file to the IEP meeting this fall. You will gain a sense of control.
Many parents say that organizing the file is a powerful educational experience that helps design their master plan.
Learn the steps for correctly organizing, dating, and filing documents in your child's special education file. Find out what to do... and what NOT to do. We'll walk you through it - step by step.
Step #3: Create a document management system. Use Wrightslaw's parent-tested system for tracking your child’s educational history and quickly locating any document in your child’s file.
IEP Series Review: Step #1 #2
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you will learn the importance of keeping and organizing records. You will learn where to start, what documents to keep, and how to develop your Master Provider List.
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