We have asked the school in the past for a draft of our chid's IEP and they stated they don't do that. At our last IEP we attached a "prior notice" listing all our requests and concerns where the school either had to accept or reject and then had to explain why. The prio notice worked great for us because we had everything right in front of that we wanted to ask. We also asked the prior notice be attached to IEP and became part of our son's IEP. A week before IEP the school sent home a draft of IEP but in return what a copy of our prior notce before our IEP meeting this Friday. The school had stated if they don't receive our prior notice before IEP they don't have to consider any of our requests. Can they do this? We have been fighting with the school for over five years now. Anyone ever heard of this? If so let me know if we have to do this. Thanks
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