Does my child with a disability have to earn their spot in a general education classroom?

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Mar. 8, 2022Updated Jul. 18, 2022

A child does not have to earn their spot in a typical classroom, says Undivided's Education Advocate, Lisa Carey. Every child has a right to attend the same classroom they would attend if they were not disabled.

To learn about the IEP basics from our Education Advocate, Lisa Carey, go here!

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