The last thing any parent or teacher wants is for the debate over a student’s educational rights to escalate towards due process. However, unfortunately this can happen.
In this episode, I interview special education attorney, Jennifer Price. Jennifer shares why ensuring that the rights of students are met can get complicated. Jennifer shares some actionable steps a teacher can do to establish a definition of student progress and demonstrate growth. She also identifies some red flags that parents can look for that my be a sign that a student is not receiving the education he is entitled to. This is an important topic that can impact our students in a variety of ways. Jennifer is passionate about special education and the right to a quality education for everyone
Jennifer is the author of More EmpowerEd: Using Real Case Samples to Look Deeper into IEP Management. In her new book, she breaks down court cases from 2018 with real applications for how you can better advocate for your child’s education.
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