Meeting the Challenge of the IEP Process
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ISSN: 1538-320
October 3, 2017

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Good IEPs set the standard for good education.

  • Does your child's IEP provide quality services?
  • Does it focus on teaching your child to read, write, and do math?
  • Does it list all the accommodations & modifications your child needs?

For the next several weeks we will publish a series about IEPs. When you master this information, you will be prepared for the next IEP meeting.

In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you'll find out that you are not alone if you have questions about the IEP process. Learn what the law and regulations say and find tips about how to get quality services in your child's IEP.

We hope you will forward this issue to other friends, families, or colleagues.

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What You Need to Know about IEPs?

In this pop-up, Developing Your Child's IEP, you will:

  • learn the IDEA requirements
  • find answers to your IEP questions
  • get the federal law or regulations that support these answers
  • access a list of additional resources


IDEA Requirements for IEP Content

Do you know what IDEA really says about IEPs? This may be different from what you have been told.

Get a roadmap to the law about IEPs and learn the IDEA 2004 requirements.


Questions about IEPs? Find the Answers!

In Wrightslaw: All About IEPs, learn the minimum standards for all schools. Compliance with the federal law and regulations is not optional.

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Tips and Tricks for Getting Effective IEPs

  • what to do before the IEP meeting
  • how to prepare
  • what you need to learn
  • what to request
  • how & when to review

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