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11 03, 2021

Key Parental Rights in Special Education

2021-09-01T21:44:10-05:00

Dustin Rynders, Disability Rights Texas provides an overview of key parental rights in special education including and practical tips on how to protect their child’s interest. The presentation will include identification, evaluation, ARD procedures, placement and discipline protections.

Key Parental Rights in Special Education2021-09-01T21:44:10-05:00
9 03, 2021

“We are addressing your child’s behavior through their IEP. An FBA and BIP are not needed.”

2021-09-01T21:44:10-05:00

Sometimes when parents are requesting a functional behavioral assessment (FBA) and/or behavior intervention plan (BIP), the school may respond with the comment, "We are addressing your child's behavior through their IEP. An FBA and BIP are not needed." 

“We are addressing your child’s behavior through their IEP. An FBA and BIP are not needed.”2021-09-01T21:44:10-05:00
19 03, 2020

TEA Update on Mediation Requests | Actualizaciones de la TEA sobre las Solicitudes de Mediación

2021-09-01T21:44:11-05:00

During this time, TEA will not be receiving visitors and, as a result, will not be able to accept hand delivery of requests for special education mediation. In addition, while requests may still be filed by mail, disruptions in the delivery of agency mail may occur due to possible closures in the mail room and distribution center. TEA, instead, recommends that parties consider using other available filing methods.

TEA Update on Mediation Requests | Actualizaciones de la TEA sobre las Solicitudes de Mediación2021-09-01T21:44:11-05:00
19 03, 2020

TEA Update on Due Process Hearing Requests | Actualizaciones de la TEA sobre las Solicitudes de Audiencia del Debido Proceso

2021-09-01T21:44:11-05:00

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) has implemented a mandatory telework policy for agency employees beginning Tuesday, March 17. During this time, TEA will not be receiving visitors and, as a result, will not be able to accept hand delivery of special education due process hearing requests. In addition, while requests may still be filed by mail, disruptions in the delivery of agency mail may occur due to possible closures in the mail room and distribution center. TEA, instead, recommends that parties consider using other available filing methods.

TEA Update on Due Process Hearing Requests | Actualizaciones de la TEA sobre las Solicitudes de Audiencia del Debido Proceso2021-09-01T21:44:11-05:00

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