But the school is saying he doesn’t need an IEP because of his good grades. He is twice exceptional and works crazy long hours to get his work done. They are saying he’s okay with 504 accommodations but I am adamant he needs support with executive function deficits. He’s also starting middle school in person this fall. What legal rights do I have on this matter? (Being that they didn’t assess his previous IEP goal?)
Is this happening to anyone else?
The district has refused to wait until he gets back to school to see what kind of support he needs.
I am at the juncture of either giving in to their plan or take them to court, which is so expensive and will set me back financially. Any tips or advice is greatly appreciated.
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