Student with dyslexia needs tested by Oklahoma public school

Parent has mentioned several times to school staff over the years how the child has dyslexia; the school responds with “we’ll do strategies to help him” and “we’ll wait and see how he does”. rsz_parapro2-199x300

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!  the-iep-center

To contact an advocate by e-mail at theIEPCenter™, complete the form below.  SEPAL advocates can go to school (IEP) meetings with parents.

Special Education Parent’s Advocacy Link LLC dba The IEP Center are advocates who provide information about the problem of children with disabilites.  We are not attorneys, do not represent anyone, and do not give legal advice.  Consult an attorney.

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About kcspecialed

Advocates for parents who have children with special needs. We help parents pursue services for their children when struggling with the public school especially when school meetings aren't helping. Founder Marilyn McClure, CRP served as a Missouri due process hearing panel member while maintaining teaching certificate. Holds current CRP credential from National Federation of Paralegal Associations, Inc. Worked for law firm representing parents. Experienced negotiator for parents in IDEA mediation sessions. Parent of adult with developmental disabilities. Member of a national council of parent advocates since 1999.
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