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Tag Archives: IEP
The topic of suspensions of children with disabilities has been heavy on my mind lately. Apparently it’s common practice for teachers and principals to treat children with disabilities, with IEPs in place, as if they had no disabilities or IEPs. … Continue reading
You’ll want to read this Wrightslaw post about Prior Written Notice (PWN) and article and print out several copies of this nice little form with you. Whenever you ask for something in an IEP meeting (as assessment, a placement change, … Continue reading
Great NY Times article Read about one family’s struggle (and ultimate success) to get their child a “free and appropriate education. Parents: it’s really up to you to learn the law, learn how to exercise your rights and be the … Continue reading
See what parents are saying about this seminar. Attend the next one to get valuable knowledge and first-hand insight into the organizational culture of school districts. Armed with knowledge of special education law, your legal rights, and how school districts … Continue reading