Nov 21, 2012
Special education websites can be invaluable resources to parents navigating the maze of services offered by the public schools and to overworked teachers trying to meet a myriad of student needs. But trying to find those sites can be a tricky proposition for parents already wandering around in a confusing maze and teachers with overwhelming...
Nov 6, 2012
The yellow pages folks recently delivered an updated hard copy of our local publication. Its arrival was a good reminder to pass on an update to a special needs yellow pages post from July of 2010.
Yellow Pages from Wright’s Law
Wrightslaw is best known for their educational and advocacy work in the field of special education law. They travel...
Sep 27, 2012
IEP documentation organization is an unending task for parents whose children have an individualized educational plan (IEP) through the public school or early childhood intervention program. School officials are required by law to provide an updated IEP for parents of children who receive special education services. The update is reviewed at the...
Sep 21, 2012
IEP documentation multiplies exponentially for kids with individualized educational plans. If parents aren’t careful, the paperwork grows into a monster that can’t be tamed. Maybe that’s why the folks at Wright’s Law ran a summer school series about how to organize paperwork and whip that monster into shape.
Sep 12, 2012
IEP (Individualized Educational Plan) organization of documents is no easy task. Those of you who have children with such plans and are not buried under the paperwork the school system has provided, please raise your hands. Thankfully, a “summer school” series posted by the folks at Wright’s Law walks parents through the steps...