If you attended and participated, thank you. If you have ideas to share, we’d love to hear of them.
If you did not attend, and would like more information about Procedures Lite (a voluntary process for parents and schools to develop IEP services without the procedures and meetings usually involved) and SpedEx (the use of an outside agreed-upon consultant to assist parties to assure that a child’s program will provide a free appropriate public education (FAPE) in the least restrictive environment–within 30 days! And, if the subsequent IEP is agreed upon, the consultant revisits the child in his agreed-upon program to assure that it is as planned and can provide a FAPE. A very child-centered approach! Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education is funding this pilot. For more information, please email to email@example.com
Happy Special Education Day! December 2. 35 years ofthe IDEA and 6 years of Special Education Day!