Accommodations listed in the student’s IEP included extended time to turn in assignments. One teacher disregarded application of the accommodation and penalized student by giving lower grades for “missed assignments” even though student didn’t know about the assignment or turned it in later than the typical students.Teacher would later pull student out of other classes to talk to student, making a spectacle of the student. 204 more words
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Did these parents inquire about the district’s policy on restraint in the district? 61 more words
Parents go to IEP meetings trusting the public school staff to do right by their child. However, school districts often operate on the premise of providing services to a child that fits what already exists at the district, and disregard the unique needs’ of the child that the IDEA indicates a child with special needs’ is entitled. 374 more words
The special ed law (IDEA) regulations allows for a parent to take to IEP meetings whomever the parent may invite.
Some parents take family members, some parents take case managers from other agencies. 370 more words
Some districts in Missouri use their “own” forms for IEPs. Districts are allowed to use their own forms as along as the form is in “compliance” with state regulations. 225 more words