Negotiating the Special Education Maze

Negotiating the Special Education Maze

A Guide for Parents and Teachers

Book - 2008
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Key topics include: - Eligibility for services - Understanding the IEP process - How to write effective goals - Tips on participating in IEP meetings - Making sure IEPs are carried out and effective The new fourth edition provides expanded information on: - Transitioning from high school to adult life 1. Employment 2. Independent living 3. Self-advocacy 4. Continuing education - Required statewide assessments for all students - Problem solving disagreements between families and schools - Due process and other legal recourses Invaluable forms and charts help parents plan their IEP strategy, keep records and key contacts, log conversations and correspondence with important players, and track progress. This guide is one of the best tools available for understanding how to navigate the special education maze
Publisher: Bethesda, Md. : Woodbine House, 2008.
Edition: 4th ed.
ISBN: 9781890627461
Branch Call Number: 371.9109 NEG
Characteristics: xiv, 305 p. : charts, forms ; 26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Anderson, Winifred


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