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Old 02-24-2019, 08:27 PM
 
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If you (and the psych, admin, etc.) believe that this student would do better with the services that having an IEP could provide, rather than just the 504, you might need to be tough to get the parents to agree to an IEP. For example, expecting the student to behave and follow all rules--with consistent, firm discipline--including detentions. And not providing IEP-type services. And then you say to the parents, "I think that he would benefit from ___, but without an IEP we can't to that."

Another thought, since you said this boy is also identified gifted, would he do better with more challenging work that is on his level?


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