Student-Led IEP Meetings
For the past several years, teachers and parents have been encouraged to let high school students in special education take a more active role in their own IEP meetings. When a high school student participates in this way, he develops and hones his self-advocacy and self-determination skills – skills critical for assuming more control over the direction of his future.
The Evidence Base
SETP readers may be familiar with Prof. Edyburnís annual review of the literature that was published for many years in the Journal of Special Education Technology.
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