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Ashley VanCleef
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Preparing for Parent Teacher Conferences
It's that time of year!  Depending on the age of your child, you could be sitting with your child's teacher in very small chairs and wondering what it is you are supposed to ask in the very short amount of time you have.  Here are some general, guiding ques...
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New Guidance from Maryland State Department of Education
The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) issued a new Technical Assistance Bulletin outlining expectations and processes for improving outcomes for students with disabilities. This bulletin provides explanations of what specially designed instructi...
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My latest blog post - Part 2 on parent consent for alternative assessments and alternative education programs.
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Parent Consent Part 2: Alternative Assessments and Alternative Education Programs
Parent Consent in the IEP Process Part 2: Alternative Assessments and Alternative Education Programs The Maryland Parent Consent Bill passed in of April 2017 provides parents the right to consent or refuse consent for their child to be assessed using an alt...
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Check out my latest blog post on new guidance just released on the Endrew F decision.
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Just Released: USDE Q&A on U. S. Supreme Court Case Decision Endrew F.
The U.S. Department of Education provided guidance on Endrew F. and the impact of the Court's decision on the implementation of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Check it out using the link below.  There are 16 references to "challengi...
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New Blog Series on Parent Consent
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Parental Consent in the IEP Process. Part 1: The Basics
Parent Consent in the IEP Process Part 1: The Basics What The Law Says: Parents in Maryland now have the right to consent or refuse to consent if the Individualized Education Program (IEP) team proposes to: 1) enroll their child in an alternative education ...
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