A parent told me in her school district there would be only one IEP meeting per year. Since it was held in the fall she was concerned about planning for the next school year and felt she needed an IEP review meeting now (spring).
School districts may lead parents to believe that only one IEP meeting will be held each year; it is the school’s duty to conduct at least one a year. Parents can request an “IEP Review” meeting any time during the school year. After all, circumstances change, kids grow and change. Kids have health issues that affect schooling and performance.
“Administrative convenience” is what was happening in a district that allowed a parent to continue to believe only one IEP meeting was allowed. What other misleadings are taking place? These lean toward civil rights’ issues.
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