Undivided: Advocating for an inclusive education
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Be Assertive but Collaborative

Published: Jun. 3, 2022Updated: Jun. 22, 2022
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Undivided Parent Isabelle encountered resistance from the school staff when advocating for an inclusive education for her daughter. She says that she was able to reign in her anger and frustration by keeping the big picture in mind: she and these IEP team members are all working for the long-term benefit of her daughter’s education. Listen to her advice for working with the IEP team in this clip.

For more on how parents can advocate for their child in an IEP meeting, go here!


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