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TheaterMom: who do I go to when I know that IEP goals are NOT being met?
Also is it legal to remove a autistic student out of their special class (art, library ) without observing that student ? Last year the that student was doing very well in those areas and I know that they are very capable in doing them.

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10/05/2016 10:53 pm

Re noncompliance, you could meet with the director of special education (see my response to someone else quite recently about this very topic); also please make sure the IEP has frequent progress monitoring listed. Frequent as in at least every four weeks — but if things are not going well, every week or two would be ideal. Can you observe the child in school to get a feel for what’s not working?

Re loss of art — please provide more information, e.g. what reason they stated, and any other reason(s) they may not be being up front about. Autism is such a broad term, please be more specific about student’s needs and level of inclusion.