How the BRRRRR strategy can help you chill out at IEP meetings
from By: Howard Margolis
If your child will soon have a new Individualized Education Program, you have to ensure it meets all his educational needs. Ideally, to develop a high-quality IEP, you'll work with the school's IEP team members. But what if you disagree with them? What if you believe they're just trying to save money and don't care about your child? If you're like some parents, you may erupt with rage. But no matter how justified you feel about your anger, you need to focus on being effective, not angry.
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