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Learn in the comfort of your home with the Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Training. All you need is a computer or device and speakers! Now Available as an Continue Reading →

Why You Need to Begin Transition Planning Early

“My child is 14. When I requested a transition plan and transition services, the IEP team said they don’t have to provide transition services until he is 16. Is this Continue Reading →

“Dis-enrolling” Children with Type 1 Diabetes – DOJ Settles w Child Care Providers

February 3, 2020 – The Justice Department entered into settlement agreements with two child care providers today. The child care providers failed to reasonably modify their programs to accommodate the Continue Reading →

Present Levels in the IEP – Only the School’s Perspective?

Parents talk with psychologist about recent psycho-educational evaluation

The school sent us a “draft” Present Level of Performance for math and told us our feedback was welcome. We wrote our draft and sent it back to the school. Continue Reading →