Oklahoma school sends student with autism home without IEP meeting

Elementary principal called the mother multiple times, over several weeks,  to pick up child since child misbehaving. Mom complies and loses her job. School did not offer to have IEP meeting to address issues.

Parents often need to work to examine the public school system to see if  isn’t providing schooling that addresses the needs’ of the child.  Passing grades doesn’t necessarily mean your child is learning.100_0673  Delays in addressing these issues may make it worse for the student.

Many services are available today for our children and often the school won’t pursue them.  It’s up to the parent to request them!   Many teachers secretly desire for parents to request services for the child!  Parents need to set the “tone” of the relationship with the school early on.

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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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