Parent Advocacy: What You Should Do . . . and Not Do

It's that time at the beginning of the school year when parents and school administrators gear up for initial IEP meetings. Hopefully these tips will help families get as prepared as possible... What Parents Should Do 1. Prepare for Meetings You should treat the IEP meeting as if it is the first step towards a

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The IEP Meeting: An Overview

By Kristin Stanberry At a Glance The annual IEP meeting is the time to review, revise and update your child’s IEP. Every element of the IEP should be covered during the meeting. It’s important that the IEP meeting focus on your child as an individual. If your child has an Individualized Education Program (IEP),

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