Special Education Advocacy: Strategies

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Special Education Advocacy: Strategies

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This evening we are going to talk about creating an advocacy strategy for your next event-or any other issue-with the school. It could be an IEP or 504 meeting. It could be mediation. It could be writing a state administrative complaint. It could be any event or issue that is happening in the future that is connected to your child's special education. 

The first question you must answer is "What needs to be fixed or resolved?"

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The next in the series of special educations articles scheduled to come out tomorrow in the INCIID Insights Newsletter. This article is a detailed account of how to organize your special education records.  This article includes a detailed (form) check list for IEP meetings. Each item on the form is correlated to the IDEA rule that mandates it.  This form is a “must have” for any parent who has a child with an IEP or whose child needs an IEP and is getting ready to navigate the educational maze. It is very important that a parent KNOWS what the IDEA requires to be in every IEP.

Special Education Records Part 2: How to Organize

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Mother and Father walking with young girl on a snowy winter day[NOTE: Feel free to ask questions about this or any article on the Ask an Advocate Forum where Brice Palmer will answer your questions.In education Records Part I, we talked about the state and federal rules that tell

Education Records - Newsletter January 30, 2015

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In education Records Part I, we talked about the state and federal rules that tell us what our education records rights are and how to write the letter to ask for access to the student’s records.
This article is about rolling up your sleeves and going document diving ― with a life vest.

But before rolling up our sleeves, there is an important thing that we left out of the first article

Namely, what about test protocols? Are they education records?

The answer is yes.

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