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Old 09-24-2011, 08:30 PM
 
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What does his IEP say?
Mainstreamed with an aide, 3 hour pull out in the resource room, in with typical peers for specials. I'm not looking for 1:1 aide, I would be happy with a 1:3 aide, he didn't have 1:1 in OH. I want him with his peers. He is currently regressing and negative behavior reports are daily.

 
Old 09-24-2011, 08:39 PM
 
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Mainstreamed with an aide, 3 hour pull out in the resource room, in with typical peers for specials. I'm not looking for 1:1 aide, I would be happy with a 1:3 aide, he didn't have 1:1 in OH. I want him with his peers. He is currently regressing and negative behavior reports are daily.
If that's what the team has determined he requires, that's what the district is obligated to provide. If they can't, they'll need to place him somewhere that can, at their own expense. They can't place him in a school that's absent of typical peers if his IEP dictates that he is to be mainstreamed with typical peers for a portion of the day.

Stand your ground...don't allow for an IEP amendment that's built around someone else's convenience at the expense of your child's developmental needs.

What format do the negative behavior reports take?
 
Old 09-24-2011, 08:42 PM
 
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If that's what the team has determined he requires, that's what the district is obligated to provide. If they can't, they'll need to place him somewhere that can, at their own expense. They can't place him in a school that's absent of typical peers if his IEP dictates that he is to be mainstreamed with typical peers for a portion of the day.

Stand your ground...don't allow for an IEP amendment that's built around someone else's convenience at the expense of your child's developmental needs.

What format do the negative behavior reports take?
Written and verbal
 
Old 09-24-2011, 09:27 PM
 
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