Posted By Tom Blessing
If your child has special needs and attends public school, he should have an Individualized Education Program (IEP). Assuming he’s had a good educational evaluation and if it’s written correctly, his IEP should address all of his identified areas of need : academic, social, behavioral and functional. But if his behavior is interfering with learning or getting him into trouble at ...
by Tom Blessing Special Education Attorney with Hollingsworth & Zivitz email@example.com Parents with a child in special education are familiar with an Individualized Education Program (IEP). This is basically a contract—a legally binding document which sets forth the needs, goals, services and accommodations which your child is entitled to receive (and the school is obligated to ...