Kathleen: My school has not hired a permanent second grade Special Education teacher for the 2015-16. The eight special education students in second grade have a long term substitute teacher (who is not certified as a teacher).
I have been asked to write the IEP for one of the student’s who’s IEP is currently up for review. I don’t provided any instructions to either of the students so all their data comes from the regular education teacher and long term substitute special education teacher.
As a certified teacher, I don’t feel comfortable signing off on an IEP in which I provided no academic instruction for a student.
What are my rights?