Yes, you read that right. I got a phonecall from my oldest sons school that they scheduled an IEP meeting. Then another call that same day, saying that it was cancelled due to scheduling conflicts with- other members, but they would let me know when it was to be re-scheduled. Um... no. I found out he had an IEP meeting after the fact, through his grandmother, when my mom and I were visiting with- my son at her house. At this meeting, they shortened his school day, once again, from 4hrs now down to 3! I spoke to the social worker for my son's case today, and told her this. She said, " I didn't know about it as well, until 2 hours before the meeting!" She also said that they got an earful for doing that. The social worker (R), proceeds to tell me she did not like the tone of the meeting, it was awful. She believes they had an "agenda." Basically from what R told me, they kept going on about safety of staff and the other students. I know my son is aggressive, but he still deserves to be provided with- an education. One of the teachers who works with- him, C, was pretty silent throughout this meeting. She has been with- him for years, and has always advocated for him in this school. R said she almost seemed scared to say anything at this meeting! My oldest son is in grandmas custody now. I still have my parental rights. My mom, my son's therapist, and I have always been invited to IEP meetings. None of us were for this one. R told me that another case worker was also supposed to be invited to this meeting, and was not. My big question here, is this legal?