School districts must provide reports showing if and how well a student is progressing toward the goals of an IEP. These progress reports are usually sent out quarterly.
Is your child on an IEP? Did you know that the school district could at any time suggest your student should no longer receive special education services? However before the services end, the school district must honor a parent’s request for a complete reevaluation prior to them taking any action to end services. Make sure to put the request in writing.
Did you know that the school district cannot change an IEP without parental consent?
IEP’s are not designed to be permanent. In fact, at least once every three years, the school district is required to reevaluate whether the student remains eligible for special education services.
IEP’s are written for one year only. They set out goals for the child to work towards. Parents are to meet with the school district to review the IEP and set new goals once the old ones are satisfied.
Once a student is deemed eligible for special education services, the specialized instruction will begin as soon as the parent signs the IEP.
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