Complete IEP Guide: How to Advocate for Your Special Ed Childby Attorney Lawrence M. Siegel
Written for the parents of the approximately five million special education children in the U.S., this book provides a map through the Individulized Education Program (IEP), a process that determines the specific elements of a child's special eduction. It discusses step by step how to understand the details of the IEP and arrange the best possible program for a child. It also explains how to take advantage of available administrative and legal options to resolve disputes with school districts over a child's education. Comprehensive and encouraging, Attorney Siegel's guide offers concerned parents the information and legal advice they need to make the best decisions for their child.
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This book is too general and doesn't address the details of how to advocate through the system for your child's best interest.
This has been a fantastic reference to help us navigate through the red tape at our childs school. Every parent needs to know theirs and their childs rights!
This book helped me through my toughest trials. I was able to get paperwork that I never thought I can get. This book also helped me through my meetings and gave me a better understanding of what I was getting into.
As the parent of a deaf child, I re-read this every year in the days before the annual IEP meeting. While of course, not all the info is going to apply to every family's individual situation, this book definitely helps me to feel more prepared to advocate for my daughter.
This book goes a good job of explaining the process. It also tells which strategies work and which don't.