its required by law, plus the state/medicaid is paying for it, how can I report her? To what agency? My son is in kinder and he has pervasive developmental disorder and she always complains about him like if she expects him to be normal, she didnt even know what his disorder was so I printed out 3 pages of it and gave it to her. Is she discriminating him since shes just complaining and saying negative things about him? plus there taking forever to evaluate him and I prefer him in a special education class where he will get more attention because right now hes in a regular class and the teacher has 30 students and all she does is complain to the principal things about him instead of telling me also its so weird that the second day he supposedly fell from a chair and started bleeding from his bottom lip I think either the teacher or a student did something to him! They want me to drug him up with the daytrana patch but i dont toAnswer Question
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I agree. Go to the school board. Also don't assume someone did something to him, kids have accidents, for pete's sake. Take a deep breath and talk to the Board of Ed this am and explain the situation. She can't make you NOT pull him for speech. When you do get an IEP, make sure it's written in there that he gets pulled from school to go to speech.
If you have any questions about IEPs or anything, PM me. My son is 16 and autistic, so I have had lots of experience with this.
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