How to Write an IEP Training User Agreement
This How to Write an IEP Training course is designed to familiarize you with the contents of an IEP.
I am not a lawyer. No aspect of this course should ever be considered as legal advice. If you need legal assistance, please contact a qualified Special Education Attorney or Advocate in your state.
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All that being said, entering into the world of Special Education can be scary. Your self-education about How to Write an IEP will go a long way in helping you be a valuable and active participant in your child’s education. Your child’s education is your responsibility. Plus, NO ONE knows your child as well as you do.
A great resource for gaining direct assistance with specific issues is COPAA (Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates). Belonging to COPAA, even for a short period of time, and using their internal message boards can be eye-opening. This organization can provide a wealth of information that may relate directly to your specific circumstances.
This free How to Write an IEP Training is intended to help you feel less intimidated at your child’s IEP meetings. If you understand How to Write an IEP and what goes in it, you’ll at least understand what’s happening in the meeting better!