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IEP Meeting

How to Survive Special Education IEP Battles

When you have a child that has special learning needs, it can feel like a challenge to ensure they're getting adequate education and attention at […]

5 Tips for Developing the Perfect Behavior Intervention Plan

If your child is in need of a behavior intervention plan, there are certain steps you'll need to take. The goal is to work alongside your child's […]

Can Parents Submit Homework Reduction Requests? Understanding SDIs and IEPs

When a student struggles with learning and attention, school can feel overwhelming. Luckily, there is a fairly widespread understanding of these […]

How Will You Prepare for Your Next IEP Meeting?

You're the head coach and cheerleader for Team ‘Your Kid’. Hopefully, the teachers and staff at your child's school are enthusiastic team members. […]

Top 3 Self-Advocacy Goals to Include in a Student’s IEP

When Your Child's School Evaluation Gets it Wrong: How to Approach School Administrators

Thanks to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), students with disabilities are legally entitled to a free education that is […]

How to Sift Through IEP Jargon

You want what's best for your child. Hopefully, your child's educators want the same thing. Teaming up to create an IEP (individualized education […]

How to Turn Your Child's Teacher Into Your Child's Advocate

(Especially During an IEP Meeting) The execution of an Individual Education Program (IEP) is the responsibility of your child's teacher and support […]

IEP Meeting Checklist for Parents: A Pocket Guide

When you're looking for help for a student who struggles with a learning disability or mental health condition, you know it's important to have a […]