IEPs are the Cornerstone of SPED
Is your school adhering to the goals and services set forth in your IEP? A new study suggests that this is not something parents should just assume is happening.
As essential members of the IEP Team, and the key contact with their own kids, parents are uniquely situated to advocate for what their kids need.
Know your rights, know what the school has agreed to do, and followup with your teacher and the district if you suspect there is a disconnect. This article gives some additional ideas on how to help ensure your child’s IEP is being followed by your school.
Thank you to the Graves for sharing their experiences and advice! Anyone who has or is going through the process of ensuring a FAPE for their child, knows that it’s an ongoing challenge of the heart and mind… and we can never know enough. https://www.makespecialeducationwork.com