IEPs: RULE FOR EXTENDING IEP WHILE 3 YEAR EVALS ARE COMPLETED

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Cheryl:  How do we extend an IEP for a student whose parent has not signed a consent form for a three-year reevaluation in a timely fashion. We sent the consent out to parent in time for testing to be done. Parent returns it 4 weeks later, and now the IEP is about to expire. We need another 45 days for testing to be completed. What’s the way to handle this? Is there a rule or form about this?

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Cheryl, I’m afraid I don’t know the technical answer to this question, but I would say, please don’t hesitate to reach out to a parent center in your state, or to your state education agency, with questions like this.

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