Parents and Guardians are crucial to the special education process, but not all students with disabilities have a parent or guardian who is able to participate. Special Education Parent Surrogates fill the parent/guardian role on the IEP team and amplify the student’s voice in the special education process.

If you are experienced as a parent advocate, or would like to make a difference in the life of students with disabilities, consider applying to become a special education surrogate. Training and supervision are provided by the Federation for Children with Special Needs (FCSN).

Learn more from FCSN>>

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