Special Education Legal Primer

> What is a Re-evaluation?

The public schools are mandated to re-evaluate all children receiving special education services every three years to determine their eligibility status. If a parent refuses to give consent for a re-evaluation, the schools are required to initiate a due process hearing.

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“Special Education Legal Primer for Parents of Children with Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit Disorders, and Other Educational, Physical, and Cognitive Disabilities” was written by C. J. Newton, MA, and published in the Find Counseling.com (formerly TherapistFinder.net) Mental Health Journal in September, 1997.

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