Nolo's IEP guide : learning disabilities / Attorney Lawrence M. Siegel.
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- ISBN: 9781413323955
- ISBN: 1413323952
- Physical Description: 442 pages : forms ; 23 cm
- Edition: 7th edition.
- Publisher: Berkeley, CA : Nolo, 2017.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Introduction to special education -- Your child's rights under the IDEA -- What is a learning disability? -- Getting started -- Developing your child's IEP : blueprint -- Evaluations -- Eligibility -- Gathering information and evidence -- Goals -- Preparing for the IEP meeting -- The IEP meeting -- Resolving IEP disputes through : due process -- Filing a complaint -- Lawyers and legal research -- Parent organizations -- How to use the companion page on Nolo.com.
Many children have learning disabilities and it's up to parents and schools to work together to ensure that each child's unique educational needs are met. But what if the school disagrees with your goals for your child? You are at a disadvantage if you don't know the law. This book teaches you to: identify a learning disability; understand your child's rights to education; untagle eligibility rules and evaulatuaions; prepare and make your best case to school administrators; develop IEP goals and advocate for their adoption, and explore and choose the best programs and services.
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