Special Kids, Special Parents, Special Education

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  1. shg says:

    If schools were inclined to abide parents, the opportunity has long been there to do so. Nobody sits through an IEP meeting to enjoy the donuts. But if the schools weren’t so inclined before, there is neither argument nor law that will make the schools care what parents have to say.

    Now, if there was a legal process that wasn’t captive to school influence, was sufficiently expeditious that it could provide a timely resolution (because a child is only 12 for a year), and not overwhelmingly expensive, well, maybe schools would demonstrate a greater sense of cooperation.