ADAMS ESQ wins major eligibility case in the 9thCircuit Court

June 16, 2017
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Error #2: No Cuestionar la Autoridad

April 28, 2017

Después de analizar miles de IEPs, hemos colocado los top 5 errores que se comenten con respecto al IEP. Esta entrega se centra en el error #2, no cuestionar la autoridad. No poder leer, entender y–más importante—preguntar acerca del los IEPs y evaluaciones/valoraciones antes de acceder a ellos puede negativamente impactor la Educación de su […]

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Mistake #2: Failing to Question Authority

April 27, 2017

After analyzing thousands of IEPs, we’ve settled on the top five IEP mistakes. This installment focuses on Mistake #2, failing to question authority. Failing to fully read, understand and–most importantly–question IEPs and Assessments/Evaluations before agreeing to them can negatively impact your child’s education for the entire school year-and beyond. These documents can be long and […]

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Los Errores Superiores del IEP

February 8, 2017

Error #3 – la reunión de IEP interminable Después de representar a miles de padres y sus hijos/as con necesidades especiales durante los años, nos hemos limitado los top 5 errores del IEP. Se trata de no prepararse para el IEP de reunión y no centrarse en las cosas más importantes que impactan al niño. […]

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Mistake #3 – The Never-ending IEP Meeting

February 8, 2017

After representing thousands of parents and their special needs children over the years, we’ve narrowed down the top five IEP mistakes. These include failing to prepare for the IEP meeting and failing to focus on the most important things that will impact the child. The third mistake that we often encounter is the “never-ending IEP […]

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Clark County School District Goes to Court!

January 6, 2017

Assembly Bill 394 is a law passed in Nevada in 2015. If you have children who are in the Clark County School District, or soon will be, then you must understand and keep up with how this new law is being put in place. CCSD is now the fifth largest school district in the United […]

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Error #4 – Falla en no dar prioridad

September 16, 2016

Los defensores y abogados de ADAMS ESQ revisan IEPs para determinar si ofrecen una gratis, educación pública e apropiada (FAPE) y puede satisfacer las necesidades únicas de su hijo. A menudo, los padres creen que tienen año de sólo un tiro para IEP de su hijo y ellos insisten en páginas y páginas de metas […]

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Mistake #4 – Failing to Prioritize

September 14, 2016

ADAMS ESQ attorneys and advocates review IEPs to determine if they offer a free, appropriate, public education (FAPE) and can meet your child’s unique needs. Often, parents believe that they have only one shot each year to beef up their child’s IEP and they insist upon pages and pages of goals and objectives in a […]

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Parte cinco (5) de la serie de ADAMS ESQ, los errores cometidos en el IEP

September 9, 2016

Después de analizar miles de IEPs durante los últimos 15 años, hemos resuelto en los cinco principales errores que hemos descubierto en nuestras críticas del IEP. En esta serie compuesta de 5 partes (empezando con el número cinco y nuestra forma de trabajo hacia arriba) exploramos errores comunes y cómo evitarlos. Si usted es un […]

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5-Part Series: Top IEP Mistakes

September 8, 2016

After analyzing thousands of IEPs over the past 15 years, we’ve settled on the top five IEP mistakes.  If you’re a past client of ADAM ESQ or have referred special needs children to us, you probably already know how to navigate an IEP.  But there are many other families, teachers and special education service providers […]

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