And it pretty much went like I thought it would. Then sating how easy child is perfect in school and if there are problems at home they are issues of my making. Yes, he has a weakness, but it's not something that needs to be dealt with because it's not effecting his ability to learn. My sister in law, who used to be a reading teacher, went with me to the meeting and she was not impressed. She felt that the resource room teacher who did part of the testing was rather cocky (this was the woman who told me that easy child would never be anything better than a C student). I felt like they really had no interest in even giving me any direction. My sister was in the meeting by phone, but I have not spoken to her since the end of the meeting, so I don't know what her thoughts about it are. She did bring up if a 504 plan could be put into place for him, but they said it wasn't necessary because, again, his weakness doesn't effect his learning. We questioned the fact that he does much worse on term sof work when things are timed and how that will effect him next year when he has to start taking state wide tests, but they feel it should not be a problem because they give the kids so much time to finish the tests that even the slowest kids get them finished in the allotted time. So, basically, I am no better off that I was when I left the house this morning. There is now a paper trail, with a record of the testing and the CSE meeting. Next year when the school year starts I will be all over his teacher, making sure that she knows that I have concerns and that I do not want to see him have to play this game every year of falling behind and then having to get services to be brought up to speed, only to have the services taken away again and starting the cycle all over again. I am so done with this school year.