3 Things Parents Should Consider After the IEP

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May. 5, 2022Updated Jun. 22, 2022

As Education Consultant and Advocate Kelly Rain Collins explains, your child’s first IEP is perhaps the most important because it lays the foundation for all the rest to come. Hear her advice for how to review the IEP after the meeting, including what to do if you disagree.

For more on how to prepare for your child's first IEP, go here!

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