Is your child’s special ed teacher saying she can’t offer e-learning because of FERPA concerns? Use these steps to advocate for your child’s right to e-learning and special ed supports.
Things were great at school, until one day, they weren’t. Parents can panic when their child isn’t doing well at school. Rule out the possibility of a hidden disability by asking for a special education evaluation. Here’s how.
How organized is your child’s special education paperwork? Take this quiz and find out.
Transcribing ARD meetings used to be a chore, now an ai assistant from Otter makes quick work of it for you. It’s free for a basic plan. Read more to see how it can help you.
There is a difference between a reasonable compromise with the school and bending over backwards to avoid a confrontation when the school isn’t providing the services that your child needs. Do you know the difference? Answer the questions to see.
The first in a monthly focus on teachers who are doing extraordinary things in the classroom with their students. Amy Izard of McKinney ISD shares some of her insights.