Schools Must Put Effort into Parent Participation in the IEP Meeting

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The annual IEP meeting for special education services can be very difficult to schedule. How high is the school's burden to get parents to attend? Pretty high, according to the Ninth Circuit, which found an expensive denial of FAPE when a father was left out of the meeting

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