Charles Fox has graciously shared examples of input statements that nicely illustrate what parents can contribute to the IEP process. I know teachers might get a bit anxious about having a parent submit such documents (especially when the parent is an attorney) but such input can be an invaluable source of information for next year’s teachers. His son is transitioning to high school which scares the pants off most parents. If it don’t, it should. Information and direction given by a parent should be taken in and digested and used to best serve the student. After all, that’s sort of why we got into the business in the first place, right?