Virginia may suspend rule requiring parental consent to end services

04/22/2008 | Washington Post, The

A proposed Virginia special-education change would no longer require schools to obtain parental consent before ending special services, and instead would require parents to make any challenges through a dispute-resolution process. Parents say they have too little say on IEPs, but school officials say the change will allow them to target services to students who need them most.

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