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Jackie 2h
Replying to @xoTheresaLynnxo
I sorry you are going through this look into free advocate services in your city become familiar with your rights I had an incident at my sons /#504 meeting but I would and will not take no for an answer the better
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HealingComplexKids 59m
This is a great list. We know many families that run into #4 and #5.
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Brookes Publishing 4h
Transition planning: it's not just for the meeting!
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Monise L. Seward 11h
Replying to @MoniseLSeward
Although I'm not a psychologist or been trained in , I know some of the signs/characteristics of . As soon as I see a student present one, I check the / eval: It only lists (Specific Learning Disability). That is not enough.
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Monise L. Seward 11h
Replying to @MoniseLSeward
In all the years I've been in as both a Para & Teacher, I've only seen on one . I've been here 17 years. Let that sink in.
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Christina Gilman Apr 18
Replying to @SensoryWand
In North America we have aka Individual Education Plans meetings. It is annual meeting making sure there are no changes to the accommodations your kids needs to be successful at school. If there is any changes or testing to be done it will be reflected on IEP
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Key2Ed 8h
Have you ever been to a meeting and you didn’t know why you were there? Knowing the purpose of the meeting helps all to come prepared. Visit: ,
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SmartKids With LD Apr 21
Heading into an Meeting? Great tips on your options:
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Chris Bose 7h
Really pleased to announce the 7 exciting fin techs going through our Open Banking for Good challenge. The mission is to improve financial capability for people who are financially squeezed.
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SensoryWand Apr 19
Thank you 🙂 So to check, would it be normal to have an as well as an ? Or is it one or the other?
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Family Network (FND) Apr 22
Learn more about student LED Empowering self-advocates to use their voices. The models of Student-Led IEPs is a national movement giving the student an active leadership role in their IEP.
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Denise Dibbs Apr 21
Replying to @glenhansman @bctf
Reality is if your child has in like mine then you will be paying for , , that requires. Kids deserve proper & & that's not happening.
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Disabled Teacher, ASD Apr 22
Every professional needs to read and reflect on this thread before they walk into their next meeting. Listen closely to what she says and no matter the school, district or program, I’m betting you’ll find a kernel of your reality. We can and must do better!
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LEARNstyle Ltd Apr 19
A Parent's Guide to the IPRC and IEP
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Dyan Robson Apr 22
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Brookes Publishing Apr 22
To get families more involved in the process, try a variety of strategies. (Read more here: )
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SALT Analytics Apr 22
Excellent and important work here in Denver by to end the school to prison pipeline for students with disabilities. kids; matters
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Julie Skolnick Apr 17
Wright's Law is a resource for parents & teachers w/ a checklist for Present Levels to consider in an . Present levels allow you to communicate your child's/student's baseline so you can look back & see if interventions are working:
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BeanSleazy Apr 16
I’m so retarded it’s not even funny
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Key2Ed Apr 18
Remember, 99% of IEP meeting problems that can lead to conflict are process problems, not content problems. Visit: ,
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