IEP Meeting: HOW LONG CAN A SCHOOL DISTRICT DELAY A FOLLOW-UP IEP MEETING?

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Hank: Facts: A doctor who assessed my son for an IEE stated in an IEP meeting that he was harmed, underassessed, misassessed, previously misdiagnosed, and given improper services by the District (Really!). Time ran out before the IEE recommendations were made and discussed. The IEP team agreed to a follow-up meeting to go over the recommendations before presenting an offer of FAPE. Nine weeks later the District still has not scheduled a follow-up meeting and my son is not receiving the services he needs.

Question: How long can the District delay a follow-up IEP meeting?

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Chuck
02/06/2017 3:15 pm

Your state may or may not have a rule on this. You can check with the state education agency, & file a complaint with them if you want. Your state parent training & information center can assist you. http://www.parentcenterhub.org/find-your-center