Stephanie: My son’s (grade 2) school does not have a special ed classroom. He has an IEP and is “supplemental support” He has several accommodations such as pull out sessions and part time paraprofessional support in the regular ed classroom but things just really aren’t getting any better. The work is too difficult for him. At his latest IEP meeting they have offered us to keep doing what we are doing which is not working, or 2 other options, both of which would mean changing schools and turning his entire world upside down. Both of these schools are in our district and have classrooms that would fit his needs but the closest is at least 20 minutes away by car and the other at least 30. My question is, has anyone else experienced a situation similar to this and what was the outcome?