When your child with a disability receives special education services, you need to know:
- how to develop your child’s IEP in plain language
- your rights and responsibilities under IDEA
- the law, regulation, publication from the U.S. Dept of Ed that supports your position or request – so you can bring it to the IEP meeting
If you need a description of legal issues and/or problems you may encounter during the IEP process, you’ll find it in Wrightslaw: All About IEPs.
Wrightslaw: All About IEPs has given me my voice. I didn’t have one before. Parents have to be armed with the accurate information and encouragement. That is what you give to us. It is empowerment in it’s purest form. I am excited about this book. It is clear and easy to understand. The endnotes are a great idea. They give readers a place to go for more information.
Get answers to your questions about –
- IEP Teams and IEP Meetings
- Parent Participation & Consent
- Present Levels, Measurable IEP Goals, Special Education Services
- Related Services, Supplementary Aids & Services
- Progress, Accommodations, Modifications, and Alternate Assessments
- Special Factors in IEPs and Assistive Technology (A.T.)
- Placement, Transition, and Extended School Year Services (ESY)
- Reviewing and Revising the IEP
- Transferring Schools and Education Records
- Resolving Parent-School Disputes
Legal Resources for Wrightslaw: All About IEPs.
Complete Table of Contents (in pdf)