You can request an IEP meeting at any time. You can ask that the IEP be changed at any time. The fact that you consented to the IEP does not mean you are stuck with it – or that it is appropriate for an entire year.
Here are a few problems that should trigger an IEP meeting to review and revise your child’s IEP:
- Any lack of expected progress toward the annual goals and in the general education curriculum
- Information from any new evaluation or reevaluation
- Information or concerns shared by the parent or teacher
- Your child’s anticipated needs
- Other matters, issues, or concerns
Put your request for a meeting to revise the IEP in writing. In the letter, describe your concerns and the reasons you are requesting the meeting.
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