The school wanted to retain my son who has an IEP for OT, PT and Speech. They insisted he repeat second grade. I disagreed. Now in third grade, his teachers want to send him back to second grade. They say his writing is not on par with a “normal” third g
Retention is Not a Form of “Specialized Instruction”
2016-11-10T10:11:54-05:00By Ollibean|Categories: Articles, General, Inclusive Education|Tags: all disabilities, Attention Deficit Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, cerebral palsy, developmental disabilities, down syndrome, epilepsy, hearing impairment, IEP, Individualized Education Plan, learning disabilities, medically fragile, mitochondrial disorders, muscular dystrophies, OT, PT, rare or undiagnosed disorders, retention, specialized instruction, spinal muscular atrophy, ST, Wrights Law|0 Comments
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