IEP/504

How much say do you and/or your child have when the "team" is developing an IEP or 504 plan?

71%  My input is crucial -- often considered and used in the development of goals.
22%  I'm there, only because I have to be invited. My thoughts and concerns aren't important.
7%  The goals are written before the meeting is even set up. What did they want me here for?

1331 Total votes cast.

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