Many parents find themselves asking, "What is Pendency?". Pendency is the right of students to stay in their current educational placement throughout the period in which an impartial hearing or mediation is ongoing and until all appeals are completed thereafter.
Developing a good Individual Education Plan (IEP) is key. Wayne Rock can help you provide the best education opportunities possible to your child.
You want an advocate who not only understands your concerns, but also knows Special Ed law. A good advocate at your CPSE/CSE meetings reduces stress and puts you at ease.
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