Do you find that requests made at the IEP meeting are sometimes forgotten, or sidestepped?
Do you have a good plan in your IEP, but have difficulty getting the school to implement your plan?
Schools must do all they can to ensure that parents participate in the IEP process.
…provisions are important to encourage parent participation in the IEP process, which is an important safeguard for ensuring FAPE under the Act.
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you learn your role in the IEP process is equally important as the educational professionals. Get effective tools for taking control at IEP meetings and how to document what happens during the IEP process.
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