If your child is eligible for special education services, the outcome of the IEP Team Meeting should be a complete recommendation of the kinds of special education programs and services he or she will need to be successful in school. You, as the parent, must approve of these recommendations. Here's an example of the format you might see. At the IEP meeting, you should tell the district representative about any concerns or preferences you have. The team must discuss the special education programs and services available at your child's current or zoned public school and how to ensure that they are sufficient to meet your child's needs.
Generally, your child will remain in his or her current school unless they require a highly specialized program.
During the IEP process, you will hear the term "eligibility" discussed. The IEP Team will decide whether your child is eligible for special education services
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On this page you can find a list of classifiable disabilities.
Department of Education timeline and deadlines for Notice of Recommendation.
A document called "Final Notice of Recommendation" tells you the recommendation for your child.
Parentally-placed students are students whose parents have placed them in a non-public school at the parent's expense.