Parents Have The Power In An IEP

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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Luke Dalien

Author Luke Dalien has spent his life dedicated to helping others break the chains of normal so that they may live fulfilled lives. When he’s not busy creating books aimed to bring a smile to the faces of children, he and his amazing wife, Suzie, work tirelessly on their joint passion; helping children with special needs reach their excellence. Together, they founded an online tutoring and resource company, Poetry, which had been a personal endeavor of Luke’s for the better part of two decades, was mainly reserved for his beautiful wife, and their two amazing children, Lily and Alex. With several “subtle nudges” from his family, Luke finally decided to share his true passion in creativity with the world through his first children’s book series, “The Adventures Of The Silly Little Beaver."

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