IEPs: CAN I REQUEST A DIFFERENT IEP CASE MANAGER?

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Vanessa: Can I request a different IEP Case Manager (Special EducationTeacher).  I don’t want placement changed, just the TEACHER WHO BULLIES MY CHILD.

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Debi

Last school year, my childcare manager only contacted me once through the school year and that was to sign the paperwork for his IEP. I have been told by other people that this teacher isn’t even qualified to be an IEP case manager. How do I find out if this is true?

Laurie

How do I find out who my IEP case manager is? I called the school to ask and they said that there is no assigned case worker and that those are pretty rare? But I read online that if you have an active IEP that there is a case worker and it should be listed on your paperwork. I have read my paperwork and I don’t see a case worker listed anywhere. Any direction would be really appreciated 🙂

tasha

The case manager should either be the person listed as the special educator or local educational agency (LE) representative. Contact that person.

Jill G

Vanessa –

You can always request a change. But personnel decisions are generally left to the discretion of the school.

vanessa

I was hoping you could help me in what I can do if the school is not helpful. I was told i can file a complaint with EEOC. Its is complicated because the teacher is also the IEP case manager. My son is so upset hates school crying. I am worried for his emotional wellbeing.

Trea

I’m having the same problem with my son, he is in high school and refused to go to his intervention class because of the teacher, and he is on a IEP and I asked the principal if we could put him in another class she she said the IEP was done so he was stuck in ISA everyday ( in school suspension) and he failed the math class because he said the teacher picked on him and nobody did anything

Debbie

Get an advocate and call for another IEP