when public school can’t educate special education students: Kansas City

When a school district can’t appropriately meet the needs of your IEP child, the  IEP team (which includes the parent) can look at schools outside the district if the outside school is listed on a state-approved agency list the MODESE keeps.  The link for those outside schools/agencies is:

http://www.dese.mo.gov/divspeced/Compliance/documents/ApprovedAgenciesbyCity.pdf

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IEP forms in Missouri: child advocate sees districts’ vary

Some districts in Missouri use their “own” forms for IEPs.  the-iep-center Districts are allowed to use their own forms as along as the form is in “compliance” with state regulations. Noticeably, some districts omit possible services and accommodations for students on forms.  Parents who are not wise to this therefore don’t see the range of possibilities for their child’s education.  In other words, the parent doesn’t see a “menu” of services.  rsz_blank-and-waiting-200x300

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