Question by  GrandMonkey (22)

What can you tell me about my right to an emergency IEP for special education?


Answer by  Brandon55 (1719)

You have the right to request and emergency IEP, and the school has to have the meeting with you within 30 days by law.


Answer by  patti (29325)

An Individualized Education Plan is put together by the child's team at school. It involves the parents professionals required to meet his needs. Educational professionals work with the parents to first determine the necessity for an IEP and then arrange it. All children in the U. S. have a right to an education; this right does not require emergency status.


Answer by  mb (5482)

The IEP (interstate education program) was created to find teachers for special education classrooms. As a goverment program if you meet the criteria (GPA etc) you will qualify.


Answer by  Bronagh (666)

Once you have established an IEP with your child's district, either you or the district has the right to call an emergency IEP meeting if any of the components of the original IEP are not working. Be prepared to show exactly what is not working and ask for specific remedies.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

If your child is having issues in school you have a right to call a meeting with the teacher, principal, counslers and all therapist in the school to determine your childs needs and what the school can do to met those needs.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

An IEP is required for students who are in special education. If the student is progressing according to the IEP approved by the parents and school, there is no right to emergency IEPs. If the student is falling far behind, you can request a new meeting at their availability.

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