Section 1471 (b) (4)

  • (4) assist parents to—
    • (A) better understand the nature of their children’s disabilities and their educational, developmental, and transitional needs;
    • (B) communicate effectively and work collaboratively with personnel responsible for providing special education, early intervention services, transition services, and related services;
    • (C) participate in decisionmaking processes and the development of individualized education programs under subchapter II and individualized family service plans under subchapter III;
    • (D) obtain appropriate information about the range, type, and quality of—
      • (i) options, programs, services, technologies, practices and interventions based on scientifically based research, to the extent practicable; and
      • (ii) resources available to assist children with disabilities and their families in school and at home;

    • (E) understand the provisions of this chapter for the education of, and the provision of early intervention services to, children with disabilities;
    • (F) participate in activities at the school level that benefit their children; and
    • (G) participate in school reform activities;

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