The Complete IEP Guide: How to Advocate for Your Special Ed Child, Edition 8

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Create an IEP with this start to finish guide for caring parents.

Your special needs child needs a special education, and as a parent, you face a number of obstacles as you work with your school district to develop an Individual Education Plan (IEP). Lots of steps, complicated paperwork, and intimidating procedures may seem like too much to take on...

...but you can do it! Let The Complete IEP Guide guide you through this complex process with vital information, strategies, and the encouragement you need to secure your child's education. Get everything you need to:
  • understand your child's rights
  • untangle eligibility rules and assessments
  • collect all school records
  • draft goals and objectives
  • pinpoint specific problems
  • develop a blueprint of program and services
  • research school programs and alternatives
  • prepare for IEP meetings
  • resolve disputes with your school district
Whether you're new to the IEP process or entering it once again, this user friendly, plain English guide is your outline for an effective educational experience for your child. You'll get all the forms, sample letters, and resources that you could possibly need at any stage of the IEP process.

This edition is completely updated to reflect the latest and major changes to federal regulations concerning your special education student, including details about your child's eligibility for special education services.
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About the author

Lawrence Siegel has been a Special Education Attorney and Advocate since 1979, and has represented children with disabilities extensively in IEPs, due process, complaints, legal action and before legislative and policy bodies. Mr. Siegel has lectured and consulted with advocacy and parent groups throughout the country and is a member of the California Advisory Commission on Special Education. He has written special education legislation that has been adopted in several states and is the author of Least Restrictive Environment: The Paradox of Inclusion (LRP Publications, 1994). Mr. Siegel is the founder and Director of the National Deaf Education Project which works to ensure that the fundamental communication needs of deaf and hard of hearing children are part of the educational system. In 2004 5 he was appointed to an endowed chair at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. for his work as an advocate special education

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Publisher
Nolo
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Published on
Jun 1, 2014
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Pages
400
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ISBN
9781413320350
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Features
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Language
English
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Genres
Education / Special Education / General
Family & Relationships / Learning Disabilities
Family & Relationships / Parenting / General
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