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Parents Have The Power In An IEP

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By: Suzie Dalien, M.Ed.

Parents Have The Power In An IEP | Special Education Resource

Remember, Parents Hold The Power In An IEP Meeting

As a parent in an IEP meeting, remember;

  • Ask a lot of questions…
  • Advocate positive change…
  • Understand the proposed plan in its entirety before leaving the room.

Though it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and intimidated during an IEP meeting, it’s important to remember that as a parent you hold the power.

Discuss your concerns and ask questions until you feel 100% confident that the proposed plan is the best course of action for your child.

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