Palms are sweaty and your stomach feels a little queasy. The clock ticking on the wall seems to both be going very slowly and speeding right along. Suddenly, you hear your name called. Oh no! It’s your turn to talk to the teacher. But what should you say?
What happens when you’ve tried everything, but nothing has helped? Maybe your child is falling farther and farther behind. All the tutoring and in-school extra attention just isn’t working. Or perhaps your child feels bored in class like they’ve already covered the material or just finish so much faster. Even the in-class enrichments just aren’t […]
So, your child has been referred for special education. Suddenly you are dumped into a world of acronyms and forms and legal jargon. It can be overwhelming. This month, let’s break it down. We’ll start with a basic, and common, question. IEP vs 504 Plan? What’s the difference?