Disciplinary Protections for Students Not Determined Eligible for Special Education – Wait. How Does That Work?
October 7, 2019
Originally posted on our Special Education Law Insights Blog
As the kick-off to the school year winds down and daily routines take shape, we start to see serious student discipline issues pop up. And one situation that always leads to confusion is what to do when a student who does not have an IEP is up for expulsion and then the parent requests an evaluation or argues that the student should have already been found eligible. You know special rules apply, but trying to piece it all together can make your head spin.
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