Kathleen: Our child was re-evaluated by the school district and we revised his IEP – based on the re-eval – over a series of 5 meetings with an IEP team.The district then offered a placement based on the IEP, which we rejected because their was no evidence that the program at this school was appropriate for a dyslexic student. The district responded to us by sending us a “Sample IEP” we could have if agreed to send our child to the school that they offered for placement. This “Sample IEP” does not reflect the IEP developed over the 5 meetings with the IEP team. I had never heard of a “Sample IEP” and it was presented as a take-it-or-leave-it option. Is this legal? What are our next steps?