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Inclusive Education Project Podcast

Jun 12, 2018

The school year is coming to a close and the kiddos are getting ready for summer!

How can you prepare your child’s IEP for the summer and new school year when there are potential transitions with teachers or schools? That’s we discuss in this episode.

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What We Discuss:  

  • Make sure the IEP goals are written clearly so the next/new IEP team can understand what they are
  • If needed, request an IEP meeting with the school
  • The importance of having an IEP reviewed at the beginning of the new school year
  • Why Extended School Year is sometimes counterintuitive and is not always necessary

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