Back to School with an IEP

Does back to school also mean an IEP for someone in your family? Karen's series on her son's IEP has great ideas and plenty of "been there" camaraderie.
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Does back to school include an IEP for someone in your family?

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Karen writes part IV of her series on her son's IEP. She covers the role of kindness in developing a child's Individualized Education Plan. What do you think of her ideas?

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