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October 2016
By Sandi Rosenbaum, Special Education Advocate

When a child with special needs enters special education, parents can be overwhelmed. When it comes time for the child's Individualized Education Program (IEP) meeting, parents may not know what their rights are, what questions to ask, or what to expect. Federal courts have held that school districts cannot impede parental input in IEP meetings. Here are some important things to remember:

You are an expert on your own child's needs. For the IEP meeting, the school district must assemble a team of educators and other professionals, including a District representative, a regular and special education teacher and in most cases, a school psychologist.
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