PGH: My son’s IEP eligibility was approved sophomore year to carry him through his remaining two years of HS. In the past, his IEP’s were reviewed and modified every year, but “requalified” on the third year. This entailed testing and the works.
I hired an advocate to assist in navigating the last requalification as we knew we were in for a tough fight. However, in setting the IEP objectives for the first year we did a poor job in having a high enough bar or enough measures specified. We were so focused on the task at hand that we took our eye off the future.
I do not have notice, but I expect the school to say he is no longer qualified during our annual review next week. This is unilateral and not based on testing or comprehensive evaluation.
I would appreciate any suggested strategies. Going back to the same professional advocate is not acceptable.