BJ: My son has dyslexia, dysgraphia, anxiety disorder and autism. WE have had numerous complaints about the teacher not following the IEP. Contests in class boys against girls, rewards for children with no behavior reminders, all work done. Refusing to make accommodations. My child was made to apologize to teacher for getting upset when a schedule change happened- it is in his IEP to let him know of changes, the teacher did not and my son got upset- the principal made him apologize. All year I have been substitute teaching at this school. I have been working nearly full time her as a guest teacher. After having all of these issues my husband and I went to the special education head of the department. She has hired our psychologist to work with the school, train the staff and do a workshop with my son’s classes. The school is not interested in having the training. They are now focusing more on my son’s behavior than ever before. Suddenly, I have no sub jobs at this school. Teachers are now telling me to talk to the principal about why I can’t sub for them. How can I get the district to follow through on what the plan is? Is there anything I can do about this as a sub, is this discrimination?