I'm reading through difficult child's iep and will sign it to extend it a few more weeks, since the case manager is convinced that it "expires". It's the same as what we already had in place but I have stressed that I'm only willing to wait a couple of more weeks for a meeting. Anyway, I was looking at the section with a lot of questions about if something is refused. Two years ago I did disagree with something and they documented it in that section, so I signed the iep. Should I have signed it if they document my disagreement? If it happens in the future, what steps are supposed to be taken in that situation? If I sign it, does that mean I'm allowing them to proceed even though I disagree or does that mean I'm signing to confirm that this is accurate (including my refusal of an accommodation or my disagreement)? Should I not sign, then reschedule another meeting?