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A Guide to Collaboration for IEP Teams

A Guide to Collaboration for IEP Teams

This book contains everything necessary for establishing effective IEP meetings. The former President of the Texas Council of Administrators of Special Education, Chuck Noe, M.A., acknowledges this and says, “Martin’s ideas work…” and he recommends this book to “anyone wanting to strengthen the quality of meetings and outcomes.” The book targets the needs of administrators, teachers, resource professionals, and parents. It is a skills-based book that will help these groups to design, review, and modify IEPs for children with special education needs.

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