IEP A to Z

When students are eligible to receive special education services, they require an IEP—an Individualized Education Plan. Once a student has been evaluated, the process of getting the IEP has already begun, but there’s still a lot to learn about how the process works and what that parents role is in this educational partnership. I am here with Tammy Burns, Family Support Specialist of the Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center or “PEATC” to discuss PEATC, and upcoming parent classes that can assist and demystify in this process .

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Join the Office of Family and Community Engagement (FACE) and the Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center (PEATC) for ongoing, monthly engagement opportunities designed to not only maximize your understanding of the IEP process but provide opportunities to explore other topics related to parenting an exceptional child. For more information or to register please Use the link below.