Tag Archives: Due Process

Firstborn: Logical and Fair

On June 21, 2005 the interim superintendent responded to my letter. He said that he would accept my letter as my formal complaint against the learning consultant and investigate the matter IMMEDIATELY! He also directed me to to the Board’s … Continue reading

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Firstborn: Project Read Trained Teacher

I wrote a letter to the case manager regarding the IEP Draft that I had picked up on June 2, 2005 that was the proposed IEP from the May 27th meeting. I had called for another IEP meeting that was … Continue reading

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Firstborn: The Re-Evaluation- IEP meeting 2004

The Re-Evaluation- IEP meeting was set for July 27, 2004. All the evaluations were in. Of course, the district invited their attorney although I did not have one. I remember arriving at the meeting and the Attorney picking up Dr. … Continue reading

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Firstborn: Due Process Part 2 (The Outcome!)

We submitted our discovery to the district five days before the due process as required by law. I never thought about it but they in turn did not send their discovery to us. The advocate never said anything about that … Continue reading

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Firstborn: Due Process Part 1

I was still breastfeeding but I knew I had to prepare for due process for my eldest son. The district’s educational evaluation results were in. My son was re-tested with the Woodcock Johnson 111 Test of Achievement. I looked at … Continue reading

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Firstborn: Time to file DUE PROCESS

The new case manager forwarded her notes to me as per my request. The most important part of the letter was the beginning. She wrote: “The team has recommended full-time placement in the Behavioral Disabilities Class to help him learn … Continue reading

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