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The Individualized Education Program (IEP) helps assure that every child receives a full education and The Complete IEP Guide is the book parents need to make sure their children get the education they deserve. The book provides all the instructions, resources and forms a parent needs to create an Individualized Education Program for their child with special needs. Readers learn to: understand the law, untangle eligibility rules and assessments, collect school records, pinpoint specific goals, develop a blueprint of programs and services, prepare for IEP meetings, resolve disputes with a school district and more. Reflecting the latest laws and court decisions, the 6th edition provides what readers need at any stage of the IEP process.
Lawrence Siegel has been a Special Education Attorney and Advocate since 1979, and has represented children with disabilities extensively in IEPs, due process, complaints, and legal action before legislative and policy bodies. Mr. Siegel is the founder and Director of the National Deaf Education Project, which works to ensure that the fundamental communication needs of deaf and hard of hearing children are part of the educational system. He lives in Fairfax, California, with his wife and two daughters.