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Can I as a parent use a recorder at a IEP, child study or eligibility meeting?

In Topics: School and Academics, Special education
> 60 days ago

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BMelton
Apr 24, 2012
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What the Expert Says:

Yes. You may ask the school to record the meetings and give you a copy, or you may record the meetings yourself with your recorder. You may ask for a copy of Parental Rights for Special Education Services. This details what your rights are and what you need to know.

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Lonnie K. Chin
Lonnie K. Chin writes:
This should be no problem if everyone attending the session agrees. However, your school district probably has policies regarding this area.   You may be asked to provide a copy of the recording or the school will set up a recording for their own use.  As a principal, we've had recordings at our IEP meetings with no problems.  Please remember that the written IEP with the agreed upon strategies to meet your child's learning needs is the legal documentation for implementation.
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bethslaw
bethslaw writes:
yes yes yes!!!!!!
They cannot deny you this!!!!
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