The right for advocats to attend IEP meetings and be involved in the IEP process is found in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), in both the federal statutes and regulations. Under 20 U.S.C. §1414(d)(1)(B)(vi), the IEP team may include “individuals who have knowledge or special expertise regarding the child” at the discretion of "the parent or the agency.” Under 34 C.F.R § 300.613(b)(3) of the IDEA regulations, parents have the “right to have a representative of the parent inspect and review the records.”[i]
Our goal is to improve student achievement by using research and evidence-based support for growth.
ILearn2Learn Academy provides academic, social, and emotional support for all learners in a one-on-one setting. We offer children and adults with learning disabilities and other learning challenges a wide range of intensive and individualized interventions designed to remediate learning difficulties. It is our goal to help students reach academic success by implementing strategies and methods to strengthen students' abilities.
We are committed to providing comprehensive, evidence based remediation programs to help support children to be successful in school and life!
IEP meetings can be stressful and we can help! As a case manager, we advocate for the child and make sure their needs are being met. We want to help parents and families through this complex process to ensure that the child has the best services and accomodations so that the child can achieve goals and be in the least restrictive environment. It is important that parents are supported during IEPs to ensure that their child receives quality services at the school site.
Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement - Third Edition
This is an individually administered test that provides in-depth assessment and evaluation of key academic skills.