The US Dept of Education clarified to states and school districts’ their obligation to not ignore parents who indicate dyslexia:
Advocates at the IEP Center™ can share with parents strategies on how to deal with scenarios like this. Schools may be reluctant to develop an IEP for your child since it might require a specialist to spend time with your child which increases the school expenses. Don’t be bamboozled!
To contact an advocate by e-mail at theIEPCenter™, complete the form below. SEPAL advocates can go to school (IEP) meetings with parents.
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