Consent: CAN A TEACHER “PRESENT” STUDENT TO INTERVENTION TEAM WHEN PARENT OBJECTS?

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Kae: My daughter’s teacher brought up at the last School conference of the year that she wanted to present her to their Student intervention team. My husband and I said no that we would rather help her at home and do not agree with the teacher. A couple days afterwards I received an email stating that she was still going to present her anyway so I emailed her back saying she does not have my consent. Is it legal for her to go ahead with “presenting” her anyway?

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It probably is. This is based on your state rules. Teachers have a professional & perhaps legal requirement to identify struggling learners. Depending on state rules, certain further actions by the school may need your consent.

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