A Parent’s Perspective—Tips for School Meetings | RTI & Parent-School Relationship | At School


A Parent’s Perspective—Tips for School Meetings

http://www.ncld.org/students-disabilities/rti-parent-school-relationship/parents-perspective-tips-for-school-meetings

“I am the father of two special needs children. My older child has a smorgasbord of attributes that interfere with learning, including emotional, behavioral and specific learning disabilities. I have specially designed armor I wear when attending any school meeting for him. I am also an educational advocate for foster children, attending intervention meetings almost daily.

Over the years, I have learned much about the way schools operate, and how different each school’s attitude is regarding educating atypical learners. They all talk a great game (as required by law), but some are better at practicing what they preach.”

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