Here you will find a variety of tips and viewpoints about IEP's (Individualized education plans). Our goal is to help parents decide if an IEP is right for their child and if it is then how to help them work with the school to design an IEP that is a scaffolding to better learning for their child rather than a crutch.
If you have expertise or experience with IEP's and would like to get involved with this initiative please contact us and put IEP Answers in the subject line.
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