Parent toolkit: IEP basics for parents of students with learning disabilities

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The Individualized Education Program (IEP) is the cornerstone of a quality education for every child enrolled in special education. As a parent, you’re encouraged to collaborate with your child’s school to develop an IEP tailored to your child’s specific needs and goals and to monitor and measure your child’s progress over time. From the National Center for Learning Disabilities. (Posted April 2011)


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