Tip #4 in Developing an Appropriate IEP: PROGRESS MONITORING

Tip #4 for Developing an Appropriate IEP: PROGRESS MONITORING Watch Tanya Alvarado, Esq. discuss the fourth rule in developing an appropriate IEP (Individualized Education Program). The fourth rule, or “Tip”, is Progress Monitoring. Most children with special needs require progress monitoring more often than quarterly report cards. Frequent progress monitoring – at least every few weeks – is…

Tip #2 for Developing an Appropriate IEP by Jacqueline Lembeck, Esq. of McAndrews Law

Jacqueline Lembeck, Esq. of McAndrews Law Offices discusses the third rule when developing an appropriate IEP (Individualized Education Program). Jacqueline is an associate attorney at McAndrews Law Offices, P.C. in the Special Education department. She graduated summa cum laude from Villanova University with a Bachelor of Arts in English.Jacqueline Lembeck’s full biography can be found…

Tip #1 for Developing an Appropriate IEP: START EARLY – by Dennis McAndrews, Esq. of McAndrews Law

Dennis McAndrews, Esq., Founder and Managing Partner of McAndrews Law Offices, discusses the first rule when developing an appropriate IEP (Individualized Education Program). Dennis McAndrews’ full biography can be found by clicking here.   Tip #1 in Developing an Appropriate IEP: START EARLY Don’t expect to develop a proper IEP by beginning your preparation on…