You know your child's unique needs and what you want him to learn and achieve during the academic year. What's next?
You can help your child get and stay on the right path by designing a SMART IEP with SMART goals.
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate, you'll learn how to use IDEA to improve educational outcomes for your child. You will also find an IEP Game Plan that will describe how to create SMART IEPs, step-by-step.
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