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Key changes to that act are designed to increase the emphasis on the transition of adult education participants to postsecondary education and training. It will help workers attain the foundation skills necessary for 21st-century jobs and foster a modern workforce to help American companies be competitive. This includes these programs participating in state-coordinated, shared infrastructure costs as well as service delivery coordination.
Parents are constructive IEP participants when they are able to discuss their child’s educational problems with us, as well as learn about our specific educational solutions before attending an IEP meeting.
RTI is not synonymous with special education. They are very different. RTI is not a binding agreement between the school system and parents. Before parents agree to one or the other they need to have expert advice that is based on a thorough understanding of the child’s educational strengths, weakness, and expectations.