Resolving IEP Disputes

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ISSN: 1538-320
March 19, 2019

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Conflict between parents and schools is normal and inevitable.

Do you know your options for resolving disputes?

You need to learn:

  • Strategies to resolve disagreements
  • Steps to take if you disagree with the school
  • Options you have if unable to resolve disputes 

In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you will learn how to resolve conflict, settle disagreements with the school, and make it easier to negotiate for special education services and supports.

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

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I Don't Agree with the IEP Team! What Should I Do?

Parents have two goals:

  • to resolve problems
  • to maintain healthy working relationships with school personnel

Use the IEP Pop-Up to help you achieve these goals.


Effective IEP Teams: Reality or Impossible Dream?

Is it worth the effort to build an effective IEP team? Does this mean there will be no conflict, no differences of opinion?

Find out what is different about an effective IEP team. Learn how to build one!


Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy


Common Issues in Special Education Disputes

Most disputes between parents and schools are about expense and control.

Learn about the four categories of most special education disputes in Chapter 6 of Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy, 2nd edition.

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What to Do When the School Doesn't Respond

The school won't answer your questions or respond to your requests? Don't get caught up in the IEP quagmire!

Learn how to effectively handle disagreements at IEP meetings.

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