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Don’t IEP Alone

An IEP, or Individualized Education Plan, is a complex document with many different parts. Understanding each part will help you be a better IEP advocate for your child.

But, you don’t have to do this alone. I’ve spent over a decade as a Special Education Advocate, attended hundreds of IEP meetings and more conferences and workshops than I can count. Now, I explain it to you.

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Special Education Timelines | When Should the School Respond to IEP Requests or Evals?

IEP Timelines How long does a school have to: respond to IEP email? schedule an IEP meeting? evaluate my child? begin services in a new school year? send me the final draft of the IEP? All those questions and more are answered below. I’ve compiled the common questions that parents ask about IEP timelines below. …

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What happens when an IEP Goal is not Met

What if an IEP Goal is not Met?

What happens if your child does not meet their IEP goals? Ah, progress monitoring. I find it to be one of the most difficult areas of the IEP, as it pertains to parents. First, the data you receive usually isn’t that frequent. Most IEPs say you’ll receive data 3-4 times a year, tops. Then, when …

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What happens when an IEP Goal is not Met