Your child’s Individualized Education Program’s (IEP) purpose is to provide educational services to put your child in a similar educational position as his/her peers without an IEP. A key component in this process is formulating the IEP goal or goals. The law says...
4 ways to win over your child's IEP team and reduce costs of working with an attorney without sacrificing your child’s educational needs. I recently read an article by an educational psychologist frustrated with the reality that if she robbed a 7-11, would she get an...
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