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IF you suspect your child has a learning disability, do these 5 Things I am a mother and a special-education advocate, and I have dyslexia.
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before, during and after: The Iep process with and without an advocate WHAT TO DO BEFORE THE MEETING With An Advocate Review Your IEP Goals
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