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29 06, 2017

Comments that Parents Hear: “Since your child just moved here, there is no reason to review the IEP.”

2018-07-12T11:27:42-05:00

How should you respond if the school says: “Since your child just moved here, there is no reason to review the IEP. We will just transfer the old goals to our new forms.”  Chuck Noe, Partners Resource Network’s Education Specialist, shares possible options in this post from the Comments that Parents Hear series. The regulations differentiate between a student who has transferred within the state and one who transferred from another state. If the student came from another school within the same state, the new school “in consultation with the parents” must provide FAPE (Free Appropriate Public Education) to the child [...]

Comments that Parents Hear: “Since your child just moved here, there is no reason to review the IEP.”2018-07-12T11:27:42-05:00
9 06, 2017

Transitioning Between Schools

2018-07-12T11:44:48-05:00

When we have children with disabilities, we hear the word “transition” a lot. And most of the time, we are talking about our children’s transition into adulthood. But even though that is an important transition, it isn’t the first one your child will face. There are transitions between home and preschool, preschool and elementary school, middle and high school – and maybe even between school districts, if your family moves. A child with a disability may be in school past the age of 18 and have even more transitions. […]

Transitioning Between Schools2018-07-12T11:44:48-05:00
6 06, 2017

IEPs and School Transfers

2019-06-10T12:44:04-05:00

IDEA provides guidelines for a child with a disability transferring to another school in or out of district within the same state or out of state. The guidelines are specific as to the child’s right to have a free appropriate public education with services that are comparable to those in the previous IEP.

IEPs and School Transfers2019-06-10T12:44:04-05:00

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