I really can't stand the thought of difficult child going back to any school in this district. If he isn't put in detention next week, which he very well could be (or in May or in June), I am thinking about withdrawing him because I can't see the IEP team agreeing to homeschooling and actually doing it. I really can't afford to be off work that much and I'd have to figure out some financial strategy, however, it would only be through the end of the school year. I'd like to go ahead and file complaints with whomever necessary just because I think too many grave injusts have been done. This latest one doesn't prove how extreme it really is alone, but looking at it all together, it is the straw that broke the camel's back to me. Anyway, if I can't win on a complaint, I'll just have to figure out how to sell house and take loss and move before next school year. I can't afford private school now unless I won and had school district pay for it- I've spent the past year on less than full salary for all this stuff. I'd like opinions and input and a little info on how to even get started if I go the homeschool route- does the school district provide guidelines, books, and assignments? If not, where do I get them?