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  • The Complete IEP Guide wins a Bronze medal at the 2017 Foreword Review Awards The Complete IEP Guide wins a Bronze medal at the 2017 Foreword Review Awards

    The Complete IEP Guide wins a Bronze medal at the 2017 Foreword Review Awards

The Complete IEP Guide wins a Bronze medal at the 2017 Foreword Review Awards

Whether you’re a librarian, a bookseller, or just a general lover of books, you know that independent presses and authors are publishing some of the most innovative, creative, and beautiful books. To honor the very best of indie publishing each year, Foreword Reviews created the Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards!

Thousands of books are entered each year, and their panel of over 120 librarians and booksellers take part in the judging, narrowing it down to a group of finalists and winners that represent the best books, all independently published, in over 60 categories.

Congratulations to The Complete IEP Guide by Lawrence Siegel which has been selected for a 2017 Bronze medal.

It can be intimidating to work with teachers, school administrators, and school districts to ensure that your child’s special educational needs are being met, especially if you don’t know much about special education law. This book will help guide you through your child’s IEP process by explaining your child’s rights and teaching you how to draft educational goals and objectives, research school programs and alternatives, prepare for IEP meetings, and resolve disputes with your school district.

Buy it from Amazon or IndieBound.org

By |June 19th, 2018|IEP, News/Events|0 Comments

Q&A with Special Ed Attorneys Patricia Black and Larry Siegel

Join Special Education attorneys Patricia Black and Larry Siegel for a presentation and discussion on Placements:

What is Least Restricted Environment (LRE) and how is it applied? A regular classroom placement is preferred but not always LRE. How does the continuum of placement options fit into the picture?

What are the Ins and Outs of Public vs NonPublic (NPS) vs Private Placements

Learn about the How, When, and Why of Residential Placements

October 11, 2017, 10:00 am – 12 pm  (Free)

 

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Patrica Black and Larry Siegel Present at Matrix Parent Network, May 3, 2017

Join Special Education attorneys Patricia Black and Larry Siegel for a presentation and discussion on Placements:

What is Least Restricted Environment (LRE) and how is it applied? A regular classroom placement is preferred but not always LRE. How does the continuum of placement options fit into the picture?

What are the Ins and Outs of Public vs NonPublic (NPS) vs Private Placements

Learn more about the How, When, and Why of Residential Placements

Wednesday, May 3
10 am – 12 pm
$25 for professionals / Free for families

Click here to Register

Matrix Office
94 Galli Drive, Suite C
Novato

By |April 26th, 2017|News/Events|0 Comments