Does anyone know if the law states anything about it being required to be present (in person) for IEP and other school meetings? I have sat at their conference table many times over the past 4 years and we are still having the same issues we always have. I emailed all parties involved at my son's school and expressed my concerns (3 of them) and possible solutions. I told them at this time I am unable to meet with them in person. I am not going to keep doing the same thing and expect different results. They insist on meeting. I will not meet. I want everything we do in writing so I can hold them accountable by going to the district with documentation if I have to. I just need to know if we are required by law to attend meetings in person, or if we can insist we use this method of written correspondence. Thanks!