Advocacy Tips: Back to School the Wright Way

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Circulation: 98,627
ISSN: 1538-320
September 13, 2016

Goodbye Summer. Hello IEP Season!

For parents of children with special needs, “back to school” means the start of a new IEP advocacy year.

Begin now!

  • monitor
  • evaluate
  • document

In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate find out what you need to do to start this school year right! Learn the skills, information, and attitude you need to advocate successfully.

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Help the School WANT to Help Your Child

Educate school personnel so they want to help your child. Learn how to resolve problems by putting yourself in the shoes of the people on the other side.


Starting a New IEP Advocacy Year: Back to School Tips

It's that  time again! Get tips to keep in mind as you start a new IEP advocacy year.



9 Ways to Boost Your Child's Attitude Before the Bus Arrives

What can you do before your children walk out the door to help them feel they can conquer anything?

No-nonsense pointers will help you remove last-minute stress every weekday morning.


Learning the Rules

Your district is a bureaucracy with rules and a chain of command. To be an effective advocate and negotiator you must learn:

  • to understand your school
  • the 10 reasons schools say "No"
  • how to persuade the gatekeepers
  • the rules of the game

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