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How long does it take for a parent to figure out what is going on in special education?

Research shows that parents are most often passive recipients of professional advice in IEP meetings and legal conflicts are increasing in special education.

We want to cut down the time it takes for parents to understand Independent Education Plan (IEP) meetings and learn how to effectively advocate for their child

The IEP Game bridges the gaps between professional special educators, the legal system, and the family. The IEP Game is a streamline card game system using an accessible vocabulary that allows users to easily understanding a child’s deficits, the unique needs created by deficits, and the child’s rights to a free and appropriate public education.The 5 card categories of Deficits, Evidence, Experts, Needs, and Rights guide parents through the process of documenting a child’s problems, with supporting evidence, and identifying and justifying appropriate interventions.

The IEP Game system is based on the assumption that legal rights are not self-executing and documentation is organized specifically around establishing a physical or mental disability that entitles that person to particular accommodations or services under the law.

The IEP Game Makes Law A Process Not A Weapon

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