What Should Parents Do When Schools Push A Non-Inclusive Setting In An IEP?
Jun. 29, 2022Updated Jun. 29, 2022
Education Advocate Dr. Caitlin Solone discusses how parents can respond when schools want to put your child with disabilities in a non-inclusive setting.
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