Last month, this series focused on resources and concern that many special needs children in Texas are falling through the cracks of the public school’s Individual Education Program (IEP) evaluation process. From that blog, our readers and THSC members responded with many replies and calls to our special needs department wanting to share their stories or asking for assistance in helping their children avoid becoming one of those statistics. As always, your stories touched my heart. So, I decided to share some of them as a segue into the companion topic that we will be talking about this month, IEPs for the home school.
Last month I was excited to share with you how to teach the five basic Texas required home school subjects in relation to specific special needs diagnoses. This month, as promised, I am sharing specific ways special needs home schooling parents can keep records to help track all the work and progress of their special needs home schooling student.
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