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20 02, 2019

Special Education Statewide Leadership Networks | Redes de Liderazgo del Estado

2019-05-20T11:34:51-05:00

During the Special Education Statewide Leadership Networks webinar, Steven Prater, M.A., Technical Assistance Manager, TEA Division of Special Education, and Daniela Licona, Program Specialist, TEA Division of Special Education, provided an overview of the purpose of the 10 statewide leadership networks as outlined in the Special Education Strategic Plan.

Special Education Statewide Leadership Networks | Redes de Liderazgo del Estado2019-05-20T11:34:51-05:00
6 02, 2019

Questions to Ask at Your Next ARD Meeting

2019-05-20T12:08:34-05:00

Just hearing the word ARD (Admission Review and Dismissal meeting) can cause terror in some parents. I can remember sitting in my very first ARD meeting (in IDEA, this meeting is referred to as the IEP meeting). My husband was out of town and I did not know that I could take anyone with me, so I went by myself. I was brought in and given a chair at a very large table. The room was filled with people I had never seen before. To say that I felt intimidated is an understatement. I believe the only words I said were [...]

Questions to Ask at Your Next ARD Meeting2019-05-20T12:08:34-05:00
6 02, 2019

Understanding the Annual IEP Process

2019-05-20T12:18:36-05:00

As a parent or youth over 18, your participation in creating an IEP is central to exercising your rights guaranteed by the IDEA. After a student is found eligible for an IEP, and a plan developed and agreed to by the IEP team, it is generally in place for one year. After that, an IEP meeting must be held. (A one year review is the minimum requirement, but meeting more frequently to check in or as problems arise is a good idea). The annual IEP meeting brings the IEP team together to review the student’s progress, and plan for the year [...]

Understanding the Annual IEP Process2019-05-20T12:18:36-05:00
12 12, 2018

What Can I Do if I Think the School’s Evaluation is Wrong?

2019-05-20T14:16:33-05:00

Ask for an Independent Evaluation If you think the school’s evaluation does not accurately measure your child’s need for special education, you may get an independent education evaluation (IEE) at your own expense and/or request an independent evaluation at the school’s expense. Download a sample letter for requesting an independent evaluation from the IDEA Manual > Independent evaluations are done by qualifed persons who are not employed by the school. You may ask the school how and where to get an independent evaluation or you may get the independent evaluation done by someone not recommended by the school, as long as [...]

What Can I Do if I Think the School’s Evaluation is Wrong?2019-05-20T14:16:33-05:00

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