The following resources were developed by, or recommended by, Cambridge SE-PAC members to assist families in understanding and organizing important information about their children.
- Managing Your Child’s Special Education Documents & Records (Robert K. Crabtree)
- Organizing your child’s IEP Binder: Advice from Understood.org
Summarizing Reports & Data
- “About My Child” Template – to provide to new teachers
- Recommendations vs. Current IEP – summarize recommendations that have been made in evaluations and whether / how the current IEP reflects them
- Incident Log – document removals from classroom, calls about behavior, etc.
Measuring Student Progress
- Graph of Norm Referenced Test Results – Use this graph to show whether your child’s learning is keeping pace with the rising expectations of each grade level
- WISC Graph – Specific format for graphing WISC scores over time
- Woodcock Johnson Graph – Specific format for Woodcock Johnson scores
- Endrew F. Supreme Court Case (Every child should have the chance to meet challenging objective)
Service Not Available / That’s Not Possible
- Parental Participation is Not Unlimited (Law Office of Lillian E. Wong)
- 10 Defusing Phrases to Say in an IEP Meeting (Understood.org)
- Mistakes People Make: Parents (Kotin, Crabtree and Strong, LLP)