I have a quick question and I would love it if someone could answer or point me in the right direction. Currently my son has a IEP where he is receiving speech classes, has a behavior plan, and spends a (very) small amount of time in a resource classroom a week (15 minutes twice a week). We have recently checked out a charter school that we think might be a good fit, because of the smaller class size and more individualized attention to the student. He will be in frist grade next year. We did ask them about speech and pretty much all they said was that they did have a Special Education classroom (although he is in a normal classroom right now), so I'm guessing that they do have a speech program. If he is enrolled and his IEP says he has to have speech, do they have to accomidate him? What if it is in a different, but nearby, school district then what he is currently at? I'm sure they could have someone come to the school, but will they? Does his IEP follow him to a different district? And... being a public school, can they kick him out if he doesn't behave? I'm a little worried about that, too.