Blog Posts - Triennial Evaluation

When a failure to provide peer reviewed special education services turns into a failure to provide a free and appropriate education (FAPE)

A school has a legal duty to provide special education programming that has been peer reviewed, but a school is also free to choose the teaching methodology it uses. This means parents have a right to expect that what the school is proposing is an e...
by EdLaw Soup on Oct 10, 2011

Triennial and Independent Education Evaluations: A lawyer and former teacher’s perspective

By Gary H. Schall, Esq.     When a child qualifies for special education, a reevaluation must occur at least every three years.  Sometimes schools will attempt to convince parents to waive this evaluation.  Be careful before...
by EdLaw Soup on Sep 30, 2011

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