Basic Rights Presenter: Faith Morgan from The Federation for Children with Special Needs
This presentation will delve into the Individual Education Program (IEP) document, its development, the breakdown of each section and understanding how the document will support a student.
Why the IEP is Important
Who is eligible for an IEP
How the IEP is Developed
Strengths and Concerns
IEP Sections including PLEP A & B, Annual Goals and Service Delivery Grid
Differences between Accommodations and Modifications
Response, Placement and Consent
Procedural Safeguards and more!
All are welcome! If you haven’t been able to attend a Basic Rights Workshop this year, now is a good time to learn or update your knowledge about your child’s rights to special education in MA.
Basic Rights in Special Education presented by the Federation for Children with Special Needs.
Location: Westwood High School, 220 Nahatan Street
Park in the front horseshoe parking lot off Nahatan Street. Go through the doors marked “District Administration”. Once inside follow signage to Professional Development Room.