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Discussion in 'Special Ed 101' started by JJJ, Sep 17, 2010.

  1. JJJ

    JJJ Active Member

    I saw that you posted on the bottom of an old thread and I wanted to make sure your question didn't get lost:

  2. Thank You very much for putting my post in the right place!!! :D
  3. Sheila

    Sheila Moderator

    1st rule of dealing with uncoorporative school districts: Put requests in writing and send them certified mail.

    The actions of the Sp Ed teacher tells me she knows there's a problem.

    It's unfortunate, but everything to do with Special Education (from evaluating to educating) is expensive and budgets are very tight. It doesn't relieve the sd's responsibility of following state and federal sp ed law however.

    Is your attorney well versed and experienced in Special Education law?
  4. The attorney we used is a Family Law attorney. She has dealt with some school issues, but it is not her specialty.