How to Prepare for an IEP Meeting

Zvenigorod Studies have shown that one in six children are diagnosed with a developmental disability. IEP meetings are the only way to get the special accommodations needed so that your child can have a proper education. Failing to prepare for these meetings can disqualify you from having important accommodations and services. Here is a typical IEP meeting checklist followed […]

What is an IEP Plan? An Introduction

bestially What is an IEP Plan? An IEP stands for Individualized Education Plan for children who have disabilities. This is a plan that is a contract between the family and the school district that outlines what the child is expected to learn while at the current school. Any child who has a disability is eligible for […]

Change in Classification May Merit Attorney’s Fees

Change in Child’s Classification Qualifies Parents As Prevailing Party Posted on June 17, 2010 by kamorofflaw.com The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit held that the change in a student’s classification was sufficient to confer prevailing party status on the parents, even in light of of the fact that the student received appropriate […]