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Old 08-27-2003, 09:26 AM   #3
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Pandabaire3 HB User

You have every right to call an immediate IEP meeting to discuss this issue and I highly recommend you do! Remember, this isn't about appeasing the teacher - this is about YOUR SON and what you need to do to get him to learn at his best abilities. Obviously whatever this teacher is doing is not working - personally, if I were in the same boat, I wouldn't hesitate to request he be given a teacher with more experience with children like him.

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