By Kristin Stanberry
Who will be at your child’s IEP meetings? Knowing who will be at table—and who you’re allowed to invite—can help you prepare with confidence.
Kristin Stanberry is a writer and editor specializing in parenting, education and consumer health/wellness.
Whitney Hollins is a special education teacher and adjunct instructor at Hunter College.
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