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  • Writer's pictureSarah Tira

Why Advocacy?

In light of the current educational climate, advocacy is more beneficial than ever! Most parents don’t have time to do all of the research needed to understand the various regulations and policies that currently affect special education. I’ve watched numerous press conferences, been in contact with other special education advocate colleagues and attorneys, and read through the statements from the governor and local school districts. Advocates in general are a wonderful resource to give parents an objective third-party opinion, they know which questions to ask when things aren’t going well, we help school districts think outside of the box, and we can be a moral support for you to give you more confidence as a member of the IEP team. Two voices are always louder than one when it comes to disagreements within an IEP team, and an advocate can help your voice be heard. If you’ve been considering advocacy, now is the time. Contact an advocate today!

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