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Old 04-04-2019, 04:15 PM
 
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I'm not entirely following what you're saying. The NJ school is having an IEP meeting for your son this month? When he starts school next year, the CA school will get the IEP (I always appreciate when parents bring a copy to registration, vs. me having to request records from the previous school and waiting to receive them). They will choose to either accept the IEP as is, or write their own.

I'm not sure how much is state dependent, as I'm not in CA. Here, we have three days to make a decision after receiving the IEP. If we accept, we have to fill in paperwork transferring the IEP to us and the services from the previous IEP begin at our school. If we don't accept it, we have to state which services we'll be providing in the interim and then we have 30 days to complete our own new IEP for the child. We would only do a reevaluation (not sure if that's what you mean by assessment) if we thought the evaluation from the previous school was incorrect or incomplete in some way.

I'm not understanding the part about following the IEP for x amount of days. Obviously if you're not moving until the summer when school is out, your son is not going to get IEP services from CA until school starts next fall.
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