Oklahoma IEP students parent’s can make change for better in March 2018

Parents, and the public, can submit “public comment” through to the OK special education department at this webpage:  http://sde.ok.gov/sde/administrative-rules

This is a little known process that makes100_0673 a huge difference in how the state’s education department operates and administers regulations over local school districts.

If you believe there are flaws in the special ed regulations, this is the opportunity to point it out!  March 19 is the last day to submit!

Some districts are difficult to work with, and make it difficult for parents to navigate.  Parents can take more control!   That’s where the advocates at The IEP Center ™ can help. We help parents over the phone, and, often in one hour empower the parent!   Don’t let another semester go by with a child struggling needlessly;   Set a phone consult at   www.theiepcenter.com the-iep-center (800x640)

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We help parents at low-cost.  We help parents prepare for school meetings and also go to mediation and IEP meetings with parents.  Go to our website to set a telephone consulthttp://bit.ly/iepconsult
Special Education Parent’s Advocacy Link LLC dba The IEP Center™ provides information to parents regarding the problems of children with disabilities. We are civil rights advocates.  Nothing in this blog is to be considered legal advice.  We are not attorneys and do not give advice.  We do not represent parents or children.  Consult an attorney.

 

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About kcspecialed

Advocates for parents who have children with special needs. We help parents pursue services for their children when struggling with the public school especially when school meetings aren't helping. Founder Marilyn McClure, CRP served as a Missouri due process hearing panel member while maintaining teaching certificate. Holds current CRP credential from National Federation of Paralegal Associations, Inc. Worked for law firm representing parents. Experienced negotiator for parents in IDEA mediation sessions. Parent of adult with developmental disabilities. Member of a national council of parent advocates since 1999.
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