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Re-Evaluation: LOSING STAY PUT AT RE-EVALUTION MEETING WITHOUT PARENT CONSENT

Distrustful Parent: Can my child lose his “stay-put” status at a reevaluation meeting and be put into an out-of-district placement of the school’s choice without my consent?
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