Susan Yellin city New York communication liking treating kids Susan Yellin city New York

Q: “Can We Request Another IEP Meeting If Accommodations Aren’t Working?”

Reading now: 117
www.additudemag.com

Q: “It’s a few months into the school year, and it is clear that my third grader’s IEP isn’t working. I’ve spoken to the school, and they agree that changes would be beneficial.

However, we just had her annual IEP meeting last May. Do we have to wait for her next IEP meeting to make changes?”A: Annual IEP meetings are a minimum, and you have the right to convene an IEP meeting at any time, not just once a year.

That said, it is not always necessary to hold a meeting to make changes to an IEP. If you and the school agree that changes are needed, these can be made in writing without a meeting.The school should add these changes to the existing IEP and share a copy of the updated IEP with you.

Read more on additudemag.com
The website mental.guide is an aggregator of articles from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint on the article if you find it unreliable.
DMCA