Source: James Windell, "Discipline and Much Better Parenting," Bottom Line Personal, Bottom Line Publications.
Here is a way that you can help your child learn to read:
Not only will your child improve his reading—and spelling—skills, you will be able to take a few moments out to sit down and rest.
All children who receive special education services must have an Individualized Education Program (IEP). Parents play an important role in developing the IEP. Dr. Kenneth Shore, author of The Parents' Public School Handbook, suggests how you can prepare for this meeting so you can make sure the IEP meets your child's needs.
Source: Kenneth Shore, The Parents' Public School Handbook.