HELP! IEP retired and not mastered

Discussion in 'Special Ed 101' started by TheOnlyMe, Feb 19, 2009.

  1. TheOnlyMe

    TheOnlyMe Relentless Warrior Mom

    I am working on a complaint I trying to find the law on this, Can anyone help? I have to finish this morning. I have an ARD tomorrow with two from Adm building, two principles, and an attorney for a first graders who is already 2 years BEHIND! The first request for services was two months into kng!
  2. Sheila

    Sheila Moderator

    IEP's are not "retired" nor do they "expire."

    Any "change in placement" requires a reevaluation. As always, if the parent does not agree with-the school district's evaluation, the parent may request an IEE. (Arbitrarily dropping an IEP would be a change in placement.)

    The old IEP stands until a new IEP is written or the student is dismissed from special education via reevaluation.

    I suspect there's serveral non-compliance issues involved based on the limited info. ONE, would be non-compliance with-the reg below.,root,dynamic,TopicalBrief,10,

    I'd sure be asking for written documentation pertinent to special education law and the term "retired."