Christina: Our previous school district made an agreement with the school district my son attends. He has been there 2 years and has done a complete 180. However, his old district was absorbed and he is now a part of a new district. They maintain his IEP. At the last IEP meeting they wrote than my son will be attending their school and that they can provide the same services. We refused to sign the IEP because we do not agree with this. His major deficits are social integration and building peer relationships. He finally has friends this year in 6th grade. Our private psychologist wrote a letter to the powers involved that this would be detrimental to his progress and increase depression and anxiety. The only person that wants to move him is the player at the other school. It’s all about the money!!!!! not what is best form him What happens when the district in control goes against the rest of the team?? Are we powerless?