How do you know if you should sign your IEP?
Your child’s IEP serves as a roadmap for their education: how the district will provide them with the services and supports they need to access a free, appropriate public education (FAPE), help them make progress toward their annual IEP goals, and ensure their needs are met. Knowing how vital this document is, you’ll want to do a thorough review to make sure you agree with the plan as written. What should you look for?
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