We had an IEP meeting for Kanga in which the team decided to place her in a gym period with kids one grade ahead of her (for a long list of reasons). Kanga is bused out of district and while our home district had a rep there, the school she actually attends did not. That principal refused to allow Kanga to join the class. My questions... 1. Does the attending-school principal have the legal right to refuse to place her in that class? 2. Is an administrative rep from the attending-school required at all of Kanga's IEP meetings? If not, is she required at meetings where we will be discussing possible placement into more of the general ed classes? 3. We came up with 3 related items that were going to be implemented this quarter to build toward lengthening Kanga's school day (she currently misses 1st and 2nd period because there is no self-contained option those periods). Since the school is now refusing to implement 1 of those 3 items, does that entire IEP meeting become void? Can I refuse to allow a different point?