What is an IEP?

What is an IEP?

Presentation Basic Rights PDF

An IEP is an important legal document.

It spells out your child’s learning needs, the services the

 School will provide and how progress will be measured.

Creating an effective IEP often takes time, effort and

Patience. The more you know about the process,

The better you can advocate for your child.

The Concord SEPAC is offering an

IEP Basic Rights Workshop designed to help you

Learn how to be effective partners with your child’s

school and to plan, make decisions and

monitor your child’s progress in school.

You will also learn your rights and responsibilities

Under Massachusetts Education Law and have the

opportunity to ask questions about your child’s IEP.

Presented by advocates and former 

Concord SEPAC ChairsMelody Orefi and Bonnie Polakoff

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Parent mingle: 6:30 pm

Presentation/Q&A: 7:00-9:00 pm

Concord-Carlisle High School

The Learning Commons

500 Walden Street

Concord, MA

For planning purposes please RSVP to concordsepac@gmail.com

(When entering the high school from the lower lot, go up the stairs and you will find the Learning Commons off the school lobby.

When entering from the upper lot, you will see the Learning Commons as soon as you enter the building.)

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