Develop a system to organize educational records
You have probably discovered that your child creates an overwhelming amount of paperwork. This guide is just one way to organize it. There is no right or wrong way to organize your files; use a system that makes the most sense to you. Sections include: evaluations and tests related to your child’s diagnosis; medical; special education; recreational activities and therapies; legal; and finance and funding.
Making an IEP binder is a great way to keep information organized and at the ready when you need it. An IEP binder can help you prepare for IEP meetings and stay up to date on your child’s progress. This powerful tool can also help you communicate and collaborate with teachers and your child’s IEP team. Here’s what you need to get started.