Consent: CAN A TEACHER “PRESENT” STUDENT TO INTERVENTION TEAM WHEN PARENT OBJECTS?

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Kae: My daughter’s teacher brought up at the last School conference of the year that she wanted to present her to their Student intervention team. My husband and I said no that we would rather help her at home and do not agree with the teacher. A couple days afterwards I received an email stating that she was still going to present her anyway so I emailed her back saying she does not have my consent. Is it legal for her to go ahead with “presenting” her anyway?

  1. It probably is. This is based on your state rules. Teachers have a professional & perhaps legal requirement to identify struggling learners. Depending on state rules, certain further actions by the school may need your consent.

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