Monday, February 16, 2009

How to Become the Captain of a Winning IEP Team

Pupil transporters can save themselves a lot of Tylenol by taking part in the IEP meetings that often dictate how their special needs riders are to be transported. In this presentation [PowerPoint] from the 2008 Florida Association for Pupil Transportation Summer Conference, Alexandra Robinson and Jamie Warrington offer tips on leading IEP teams. Presentation covers IEP requirements, what pupil transporters should bring to meetings and the benefits of participation. Well worth reading, well worth getting in touch with these experts with your questions.

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