I'm aware that 1) until a new IEP is agreed upon and signed, the old one remains in effect, and 2) when a student changes sds, an IEP meeting must be held; but does the old IEP from the "old" sd remain in effect at the new sd if it takes a few meetings at the new sd to reach an agreement? The last time difficult child was released from Department of Juvenile Justice, the recv'g sd was trying to push me into signing an IEP saying difficult child "didn't have one at all" until I agreed to the one they wanted. Is that true? The PO and case worker and doG knows who else will be at the one coming up when difficult child gets released this time and PO thinks he can write everything he wants so I'm forseeing a major problem here. I just want to know if I am not willing to give in to that intimidation and don't sign the IEP if it tosses out everything from the last one, will difficult child still officially have the old one in effect? If not, what happens?