Better IEPs instructs educators on how to develop legally correct and educationally useful programs. A definitive book in its field, it looks at key legal cases that determine what's best for each student's education using the IEP process.
A newly revised and enhanced Fifth Edition of the ultimate guide to understanding IEPs from a legal standpoint. A classic in its field, Better IEPs presents a focused, three-step process that zooms in on the individual student. The book dismisses out of hand the one-size-fits-all approach that is too often mistaken for proper procedure in today’s schools. Gives all educators confidence and know-how to develop competent IEPs.
Written by Dr. Barbara Bateman, an attorney and professor emeritus and the number one expert on IEP law in the United States, and co-authored by Dr. Mary Anne Linden. Softbound book, 171 pages., fifth edition updated 2012.