Rochelle’s Special Education Tips
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words, Unless the Picture is Totally Confusing
Often the IEP is projected on the wall as it is being reviewed and/or revised at the IEP team meeting. Remember that what is projected does not match the paper IEP document. This makes no sense, of course and should be corrected. Until the State makes the needed correction, take pity on the parents and many others on the IEP team who have no idea what you are typing as what you type does not match the paper IEP document. Tell the parents and the rest of the team what page of the paper IEP they should be looking at as changes are made to the projected IEP. At a minimum, everyone at the meeting should be able to fully participate in the development of the IEP.
Rochelle’s Special Education Tips (“Tips”) Are Designed To Be Helpful And Thought Provoking, But Should Not Be Considered Legal Advice As They May Not Be Accurate For Use In All Situations. Tips Are Based On My Opinions And Positions In Accordance With Federal And Maryland Law And My Over 35 Years Of Experience In The Special Education Legal Field. – Rochelle S. Eisenberg, Esquire
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