Bill: Does the refusal to do a re-evaluation by the school in and of itself constitute an evaluation? We had a PPT to ask the school to perform a comprehensive set of evaluations for speech and communication for our daughter. She has DS and has an IEP. They refused and told us we had the right to file due process. This would put the burden of proof on our shoulders. I have heard if the school refused to do the re-evaluation it is, in and of itself, an evaluation and as such, we can disagree and request IEE’s. If the school refused, they would have to file due process and that would put the burden of proof upon the school. Is this true? If so, is there any legal precedent we can cite? Thanks so much for your help!!