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IEP Issues - Taping the IEP

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How and Why to Tape Record Meetings

By Brice Palmer, Vermont Advocate 

We have been taping meetings for several years. Because we do so many, we use a microcassette transcriber system with a small but good quality microphone. The one we use is a thin beveled square that receives sound from all four edges. The microcassettes are small and for storage purposes, take up relatively little space.  When we record the meeting, we speak into the recorder at the very beginning of the meeting and state the date, time, name or initials of the student, name of the school district and the names of each person in attendance at the meeting. To read the remainder of Brice's article for WrightsLaw, visit



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