All individuals involved during the special education process, are considered stakeholders within IEP meetings. Typically, within an IEP meeting, the stakeholders include; Parents Child (If Applicable) All Teachers Involved With
The Individuals with Disability Education Act (IDEA) was formed to protect the rights of children with disabilities and their parents. When your child has an Individualized Education Program (IEP), the
Too often, parents fail to comprehend the devastation caused by their silence. Children with special needs depend on their parents advocacy throughout their educational journey. This is especially true when
All children are born with the innate ability to reach their OWN excellence.
That a growing group of children don’t fully prosper in overpopulated classrooms.
Through technology and one on one learning, their future path to success can be made clear again.
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There are hundreds of resources found on our website, SpecialEdResource.com,
and on our YouTube channel that were created to help parents JUST LIKE YOU understand the cryptic language of special education.
Progress reports are a critical part of education. These documents provide parents with a snapshot of their child’s academic progression. For children who have an IEP (Individualized Education Plan)… these documents also afford parents the ability to stay up to date on their child’s goals! Plenty of Special Education Resources exist to help deepen your understanding of the entire special education process…