By Kristin Stanberry
An Individualized Education Program (IEP) team includes several people, including you. Learn about who’s on the team and what role each person plays.
Kristin Stanberry is a writer and editor specializing in parenting, education and consumer health/wellness.
At a Glance: Anatomy of an IEP
Using the Terms “Dyslexia,” “Dyscalculia” and “Dysgraphia” in IEPs and Evaluations
8 Steps to Kicking Off Your Child’s IEP the Right Way
The School Wants to Move My Child From an IEP to a 504 Plan. How Will That Affect My Child?
Getting an IEP for Your Very Young Child
How Will I Know If the Accommodations in My Child’s IEP Are Working?
Find out how IEP case managers work with parents and general education teachers.
Get the scoop on one teacher’s “go to” technique.
Learn about why she loves the sciences and how she uses it to help other kids with dyslexia.
Feb 28th at 12:00 pm
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