Louise: Our School District, in Connecticut, requested a mediation based on a letter I wrote. In the letter, I recounted several factors; including lack of IEP implementation, retaliation and other transgressions committed by the school. The District requested mediation to resolve these issues. They sent me a standard form which they partially filled-out. However; in the space “Description of the nature of the issue in dispute, including relating facts”, the District noted “see attached letter”; which is the letter that I originally sent. I am trying to understand what THEIR dispute is. In other words, there have been so many transgressions, and I would like to know specifically which one they are disputing. If there any law that says prior to mediation the District must let the parent know what the District is disputing?