What's missing in your child's IEP?
Does your child's IEP include information relating to enabling your son/daughter to be involved in and progress in the general education curriculum?
Does your child's IEP contain a statement of measurable goals? Including academic and functional? These goals should be designed to involve in and make progress in the general education curriculum and meet each additional educational need.
Too many times, parent's are told "your child can't learn". "Your child will never be able to learn". Have you been told this by others on the PPT TEAM?
Does your child's IEP and/or daily schedule not list even one academic goal? Is your child sitting in the Special Ed Resource Room (as it's called) most of the day and you have no idea what your child is doing there, and when you ask you don't get a straight answer?
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