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“Can the School Adjust My Child’s IEP Without Our Consent?”

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Q: “My daughter has accommodations that let her quietly walk around the classroom, listen to music for focus, and take tests in a separate space.

Several parents have complained that these accommodations are ‘disruptive’ to their children. The IEP team wants to talk about changing the plan.

Can they do this?”A: “Your child’s IEP gives her the right to be educated in the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE), meaning that she needs to be in a regular classroom with typically learning peers as much as possible.

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