Has anyone ever revoked their consent for special education services because they do not agree with the school district and have been fighting too long and have realized nothing is going to change? That's where I am right now. I just want to make sure I am not making a huge mistake by revoking my consent. My son has ADHD and ODD and had had an IEP since Kindergarten. Looking back there has been no real benefit. It has been one fight after another and I've gotten nowhere. I've written letters and had advocates and gotten the district heads involved. I have determined there is nothing to gain with this district. Moving is not an option, nor is online or home schooling at this time. So I am resolved to revoking my consent, getting him out of his worthless sped class and discontinuing his IEP which was never followed, or written right, or agreed on. Can anyone think of any backlash or downfall for doing this? We will make up for the support he is failing to get at school. There were some problems with behavior in the past and an ineffective behavior plan was written - will that go away too with my revocation of consent? I am not really worried about him being suspended for more than 10 days unless they do it just to screw with us (which would not surprise me), but for the most part his offenses are small and result in one or two days of ISS. I am thinking that getting this monkey off our back will really help to improve all of our attitudes with his education. Any input or advice??