Hank: Facts: A doctor who assessed my son for an IEE stated in an IEP meeting that he was harmed, underassessed, misassessed, previously misdiagnosed, and given improper services by the Continue Reading →
Linda: Do IEP meetings have to take place between the hours of 7a.m. and 2:30p.m.? I am of the understanding that IDEA states a mutual time and place.
Kathy: I have several students who do not have a regular education teacher as part of their academic program. We are required to have a regular education teacher as part Continue Reading →
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 Continue Reading →
Can our school diagnostician give us the ARD paperwork via email? What are they legally responsible for providing to the teachers? Our diagnostician gives us our ARD paperwork in a Continue Reading →
Charmaine: 1) What is the rule regarding a special education students in general education classrooms. Are they allowed to stay in the classroom if they are disruptive? 2) When your Continue Reading →
Roxanne: My son is in 10th grade. IEP since first grade. Never re-evaluated as he was doing great and we were happy with his IEP and accommodations. His IEP was Continue Reading →
Laurie: Can a general education teacher be excused from a 3 year evaluation and IEP, if the LEA and parent agree in writing for them to be excused?
Margaret: Can the school pull in teachers that do not work with our student or guidance counselors to sit in as the General Education representative? At our last IEP meeting Continue Reading →
Donna: Is there a legal requirement for how soon the committee convenes when an emergency ARD is requested?