As a parent, these are great questions to be asking. You should contact the school officials and ask for an IEP (Individual Educational Program) for your child. They will guide you through the entire process and make any assessments necessary to ensure that your child receives the education they need at the level that works best for them and any special needs they may have. As a parent you need to be firm â€“ an IEP takes time, effort and costs the school money. Some school administrations have shown an unwillingness to expend the effort in a timely fashion. They will provide you with documentation stating the rights of you and your child â€“ read it carefully so that you understand all of the options. Parent involvement is the key â€“ you are there to be your childâ€™s advocate. Donâ€™t hesitate to keep pushing to keep the process rolling along smoothly.
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