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Old 11-27-2012, 10:47 AM   #5
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Re: County Advocate?

If they did NOT follow his IEP, I believe it may be illegal for them to punish him in this fashion. I would go in to meet with the principal and discuss the problem, bring a copy of a IEP. Try to approach it from what can we do together to solve this problem, even though it's hard. The principal will be much more receptive if they feel you are not confrontational. What exactly was the incident?? 2 days detention seems extreme for unspecified 'not listening', KWIM? An IEP is a legally binding document, and they are required by law to use the interventions, accommodations, and modifications listed therein.
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