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Websites for Parents of Children with Disabilities

Special Education: Parent Resources

Parents’ Rights and Procedural Safeguards

IEP vs. 504

Both IEPs and 504s can support students with learning and attention issues. But while they are similar in some ways, they are quite different in others. 

The Difference Between IEPs and 504 Plans

Community Advisory Committee- SAVE THE DATE(s)!

2018/2019 

 

Date: August 24th

Time: 9-11

Location: TBD

 

Date: October 10th

Time: 5-7
Location: TBD

 

Date: February 8th

Time: 9-11

Location: TBD

 

Date: April 17th

Time: 5-7

Location: TBD

 

Date: May 15th

Time: 9-11

Location: TBD

 

 

Newsletter

Special Education Eligibility

Special Education Eligibility 

Eligibility guidelines provide IEP teams with criteria to determine if a child meets the eligibility requirements for having a disability under federal and state special education laws and regulations. 

Parent Resources

IEP Binder Checklist 

One of the best ways to prepare for IEP meetings and track your child's progress is to put together an IEP binder. Use this checklist to organize—and update—your IEP binder. Understood.org link