Writing a good IEP goal is the first step to planning and creating academicprogress, data systems, and overall growth. Good IEP goals can also help you avoid a due process case and create more positive relationships with families.
In this episode, Vickie Brett and Amanda Selogie share theirexpertise as special education attorneys. Vickie and Amanda founded the inclusive Education Project, a legal advocacynon-profit organization that provides support for familiesof children with special needs. Vickie and Amanda provide valuableadvice for both parents and educators on how two navigate the IEP process. They share why due process cases typically come about, what steps you can take to avoid a conflict getting to this level, and what red flags to look for on an IEP. We delve into IEP goals and they share some best practices on how teachers can create IEP goals and what parents should look for when reviewing goals. We also discuss tips for collaborating with parents and creating a true team that works cohesively.
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