From the National Center for Learning Disabilities: If your child is struggling in school because of a learning disability (LD), an Individualized Education Plan (IEPs) might be an option to support his or her K-12 educational needs.
Every public school child who receives special education and related services must have an IEP, and it’s hard to understate just how important this document is — it’s the cornerstone of a quality education for many students with disabilities.
As a parent, you play a key role at all points in the IEP process, and your knowledge and advocacy can make a big difference in ensuring your child’s success.
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