Discussion in 'General Parenting' started by GinAndTonic, Feb 7, 2008.

  1. GinAndTonic

    GinAndTonic New Member

    whoops, never mind, wrong forum
  2. SRL

    SRL Active Member

    Oh yikes, I'm so sorry.

    Yes, it's legal, but there are limitations for an IEP student. Repost on the special education board and the experts over there can explain.

    It doesn't sound like it would likely be much help though. Have you met with the teacher and principal to find out exactly what occured? You will want to reconvene the IEP team to discuss preventative measures. Does your son have a one on one aide? That can be helpful for many kids.
  3. GinAndTonic

    GinAndTonic New Member

    It's not clear yet exactly what happened. He doesn't have a one on one aide, and he really could use one. It might be time to revise that IEP.