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When Your Child With an IEP Turns 18: Your Parental Rights

You may always think of your son or daughter as a child. But in the eyes of the law, people are considered adults when they turn age 18 to 21 (it vari... Read More

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Job Interview Questions to Practice With Your Teen

Think back to your first few job interviews. Did you know what to expect or say? Interviewing can be a stressful experience for teens looking for thei... Read More

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The Difference Between a High School Diploma and a High School Certificate

Although laws vary by state, there are usually two ways someone can get credit for completing high school. One option is to receive a high school dipl... Read More

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IEP Transition Planning: Preparing for Young Adulthood

For teens with learning and attention issues, thinking about life after high school can be daunting. If your child has an Individualized Education Pro... Read More

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Common Core State Standards: What You Need to Know

States have used academic standards in schools for decades. And the latest set of standards, the Common Core State Standards, has generated a lot of b... Read More

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Download: Sample Picture Schedules and Visual Planners

Get the picture schedules. Getting Ready for School (View / Download) Getting Ready for Bed (View / Download) Afterschool Routine (View /... Read More

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