Having your child classified as a special education student isn’t an easy decision, and you may feel confused as to which way to proceed. As with all big decisions in parenting (and in life) it’s important to make an informed decision, and the one that is right for your child
Special education is often (and unfortunately) filled with myths and rumors that can cloud important facts and create stigma. We’re here to help.
IEPs (Individualized Education Plans) and 504 plans are both formal documents that provide important accommodations and information for any child with special needs, yet they are vastly different.
Decades ago, special education often meant a special classroom for “special” students – of varying physical, emotional and learning differences. But now, the implementation of special education is often invisible and integrated.
If a student is approved for services after an evaluation, an IEP will then be carefully written. Here’s what it will look like.