Documentation: ARE SCHOOLS REQUIRED TO KEEP RECORDS OF A CHILD’S ATTENDANCE AT SERVICES?

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Denise:  My daughter is claiming that she has not been pulled out for math intervention every day, as required by her IEP. When I asked her case manager (who happens to be the math resource teacher) for a list of dates my daughter was served and the areas worked upon, the case manager said she doesn’t “take attendance.” Isn’t some kind of documentation mandatory?

How do I handle this, and what recourse do I have (i.e., having the district make up the services over the summer, etc.)?

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They should have some kind of documentation. I suggest that you communicate in writing with the special ed dept. about this situation. You can request services to be made up during the summer. Depending on their response you can consider making a state complaint or requesting mediation. You can get information & support from your state parent training & information project. http://www.parentcenterhub.org/find-your-center/

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