Excerpted from 5th National Conference: Disability Issues in Employment and Education Law, Recorded on June 22, 2018
Selene A. Almazan, Esq., Legal Director, Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA), Towson, MD
Gail A. Friel, M.A., Education Specialist, Wisler Pearlstine, LLP, Blue Bell, PA
Carol Quirk, Ed.D., Chief Executive Officer, Maryland Coalition for Inclusive Education (MCIE), Elkridge, MD
Moderator: Lawrence D. Dodds, Esq., Partner, Wisler Pearlstine, LLP, Blue Bell, PA
Developing an IEP is essential to ensuring equal access to education and successful learning outcomes for children with disabilities. This panel provides a brief overview of the required content of an IEP under the IDEA in light of the Endrew F. decision. The panelists also offer tips on working with experts to develop goal-oriented IEP content and strategies for handling difficult issues.