Sept. 21, 2015 Egg Quality AMH Test & Planning Before Complaining (SpecialEd)
Testing Anti-Mullerian Hormone to Determine Egg Quality
By Scott Roseff, MD
The fundamental concept of the word appropriate is- compared to what?
How do we know how to compare (in the IDEA) what is appropriate and what is not appropriate (inappropriate)?
Let me disclose again that I am not an attorney and I am not a legal scholar by any stretch of the imagination.
OVARIAN RESERVE describes a woman's capacity to produce a reasonable quantity of good quality eggs. Of course, measuring a woman's ovarian reserve is very important in determining why someone may not be getting pregnant, as well as in finding out the ease (if she has good eggs) or difficulty (if she has poor eggs) with which a pregnancy may be realized. LEARN MORE
Joie de vivre (Joy of Life) with a side order of ugh.. or Maneuvers: Planning before Complaining
By Brice Palmer
First, my apologies for the delay of this article. The last few weeks have given me a roller coaster ride of ups and downs in the emotional sense.
It all started with researching my old client files and old COPAA discussion list conversations for this series of articles about reading cases, writing complaints, and finding ways to resolve our differences with the school district. I wanted to see what sorts of problems over the years that parents have had with advocating for their children's special education. Of course none of this is a scientific or even a complete bit of research. My client files reach back to 1996 through today, which spans the 1975 Education for All Handicapped Children Act (EAHCA), IDEA 1997, and IDEA 2004.