Pop-Up IEP for Parents/Advocates

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https://www.handsandvoices.org/articles/education/popup/pop_index.html

Are you dreading your next Individual Education Program (IEP) meeting? Are you already in disagreement with your IEP team or your school staff over needed services for your child? If so, you are not alone. Check out this website to read some “conversation stoppers” that parents may hear when advocating for their children. Knowing what the “real” issues might be, some respectful but effective responses, and what the laws say about educating children with disabilities can assist you in getting your IEP team meetings moving again in a more positive direction!


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