Joe: If a student is given an accommodation in his or her IEP that requires a pull-out, like tests read aloud, quiet setting or extra time to finish, may they refuse and stay in the classroom? May they also then refuse to have a test read allowed to them in the classroom?
I was under the impression that they did have the right to refuse services, but I am being told that this is considered a violation of the IEP. I’m told that Kansas law states that students must be forced to leave their classroom to receive their accommodations. Is this correct?