By The Understood Team
Wondering what you can do to try to get your child special education services? This chart will give you a bird’s-eye view of the steps you can take to seek out an Individualized Education Program (IEP).
The Understood team is composed of passionate writers, editors and community moderators, many of whom have children with learning and attention issues.
JoAnna Barnes, J.D.
Jul 23, 2015
Jul 23, 2015
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