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AVOIDING AN IEP DISASTER: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Home > VIDEOS > AVOIDING AN IEP DISASTER: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
A mock Individualized Education Plan (IEP) meeting which quickly dissolves into a disaster, is followed by a discussion about the IEP process. Such questions as “What are parents’ responsibilities and rights under the law?” and “What should a parent do if they disagree with a recommendation?” are Addressed. The federal law that set up the IEP process—Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)—is referenced and explained in the context of practical questions and concerns of parents.

Running time: 33 minutes, 21 seconds
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A mock IEP meeting that quickly dissolves into a disaster is followed by discussion. The federal law that set up the IEP process—Individuals with Disabilities Education Act is referenced and explained in the context of practical questions and concerns of parents. Running time: 33 minutes, 21 seconds

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