Reinforcing Your Child’s IEP Goals Over the Summer
At a Glance
- Re-reading your child’s IEP is an important step in creating a summer learning plan.
- Not all goals can be worked on at home.
- Real-world learning can help reinforce your child’s goals.
If your child has an IEP, it may or may not cover summer. Some kids get extended school year services built into their IEPs, but many don’t. If your child isn’t attending a summer learning program, you may worry about how she’ll keep up while school’s out. But you can help reinforce her goals, even if she doesn’t have school services in the summer. Here’s how. Click here to read more.
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