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  • IEP meeting checklist: 5 ways to prepare and ensure your child’s needs are met

    Aug 9, 2021

    08.06.2021 | | “Reading about your child is overwhelming and sometimes confusing,” says Maggie Moroff, senior Special Education policy coordinator at Advocates For Children, a New York City based advocacy organization for students who need special education.

    What’s also not helpful, according to Moroff? These evaluations can make for some dense reading. 

    “[Evaluations are] not written for parents; they’re written for professionals,” adds Moroff. Regardless, she advises parents to read them thoroughly and come to the meeting stating any concerns, disagreements and questions you have about the reports you’ve read. Read article