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Feds Warn Schools On Bullying Of Kids With Disabilities
In response to an increasing number of complaints, federal officials are reminding schools of their responsibilities to ensure that students with disabilities are not subjected to bullying

 

Ten Common Mistakes Parents Make During the IEP Meeting

http://tsbvi.edu/seehear/winter01/mistakes.htm

 

Did you know that IEP team members are not excused to leave the IEP meeting without your consent?

 

Has your child been on an IEP or 504 and the school has told you that your child no longer needs the service or has informed you that they are going to or have stopped giving the service?


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The Office of Civil Rights Data is very useful when it is reported.

FYI here's a link to the Hudson data: http://ocrdata.ed.gov/Page?t=d&eid=30951&syk=6&pid=736

Looks like they didn't report Restraint data but they do show 6 referrals to law enforcement and a number of out of school suspensions, half of which were African American students. Only 1.1% of all students are black. Dig around on the site and you'll find some good info which should definitely be shared.

On restraints, there's a bill in congress, The Keeping All Students Safe Act. Please ask people to contact their house members and senators to support it. See: http://keepstudentssafe.com/

Parent begs for HELP  at school committee meeting due to her daughter being bullied and gets no help from the principal, superintendent and school committee. These are the type of issues that some parents are  dealing with. Remember that the PAC is here to HELP you!

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