ShareScript: Opening Statement in a Mediation or Hearing
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Speaking up for the services and
your child needs is a vital skill. But if there’s a dispute or negotiation, what can you say? Here are examples of how you can advocate for your child.
Keep in mind that it’s very important to have a written record of school decisions. If the school denies a request, you need them to send you a letter explaining why. This paper trail will be key if you later decide to challenge a school decision. Be sure to take a look at
sample letters for communicating with your school during a dispute, too.