5 Things Parents Should Know About the IEP

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May. 5, 2022Updated Jun. 24, 2022

Education Consultant and Advocate Kelly Rain Collin recommends that you request copies of your child’s assessments and a draft of the IEP about five days before the IEP meeting. Watch this clip for four more tips for going into the IEP meeting, including what to say if the school tells you, “We don’t/can’t do that”.

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

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