Thoughts and comments of a parent of 3 students in Baltimore City's Public Schools.
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Update, or hope is not a plan...
Or you might be told something that appears to be contrary to the law (theoretically something that unilaterally limits the type, amount and duration, as in "the only ESY you can have is our ESY and our ESY is 4 weeks and is only appropriate for lower functioning autistic children"), in which case your choices are:
take an inappropriate placement
design and fund your own appropriate placement
find a lawyer
Lovely options, eh? And supposedly BCPSS really doesn't need the consent decree anymore because they are doing such a great job at Special Education. Right.