March 31, 2011
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Providing parents more involvement is great. With the great reception this bill received in the Education Committee, I hope it is able to continue through the legislative process without too much tugging and pulling, which often winds up diluting proposed legislation from whence it began.
Connecticut legislators are being asked to give parents more input in the way schools create education plans for students with special needs.
The legislature’s education committee voted 28-4 this month to endorse a bill giving parents more information in the early stages of creating federally mandated Individualized Education Programs (IEP).
Parents seek more say in special education plans – Courant.com.