answering this email from school district asking if I want an IEP meeting. The principal sent an email asking this, apparently before she realized that she sent me her nasty email that wasn't meant for me to see. I didn't answer. Then, on Friday, I get another email from case manager at school district saying what he's going to ask collaborative teacher to start doing (which wasn't anything too helpful) and asking again if I wanted an IEP meeting. We just had one in Jan. Would I love one that actually solved problems? Of course! Do I see the point in modifying it again when the problem is getting them to implement it, not write it. Furthermore, being confronted with an entourage from the school district that the principal has gotten together so she'll have a buch of people to tell how much they've done for difficult child is not my idea of an IEP meeting. Everytime I start to type a response to case manager, all I can think is what I've just written here. What do you guys suggest? I really can't honestly say I do want one- but can't that lead to problems? I'm also prepping my letter for director of Special Education. - the second one because the first one was a tad bit too - let's say- angry.