Roberta Wiener, Ed.D
The threat of special education due process has set the tone for the way IEP meetings are conducted and IEP decisions are made. This threat has eroded relationships and trust between families and district personnel. This article reviews the background, history and current status of special education due process and offers suggestions to teachers about how their work can help restore the much needed trust that is the bedrock for all the primary relationships assisting students in need of special services.
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