be able to read evaluations and write measurable IEP goals based on evaluations and student present levels of performance.
learn what is in the curriculum standards for each grade/age for your state.
know about different types of tests and what they measure.
learn about the disabilities and research based methodologies.
know what is in Section504, ADA, IDEA, NCLB, FERPA, and general education and transportation laws.
know what is available for post secondary options so that you can be sure the student is prepared when he/she gets there.
know the area resources – schools, evaluators, attorneys, private providers, and other advocates.
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