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Oklahoma IEP students parent’s can make change for better in March 2018

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Oklahoma student to repeat first grade; learning disabilities unaddressed

Parents call me describing how they have tried to get the public school to help their child for YEARS!  Usually they talk to staff at the school who brushes off the parent with comments like “he’ll grow out of it”, … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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”. The US Dept of Education clarified … Continue reading

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Beware of homebound offer for IEP student

Some students who are eligible for special education services and have IEPs have behaviors that may be considered by some as violent.  These students are often a challenge for a school district to provide the appropriate program. A parent may … Continue reading

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