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Transfers: SCHOOL SAYS OLD IEP IS “TOO OLD” – DELAYING EVALUATION

Anna:  I work in a large, urban school system. We have received a transfer student who was eligible in the state of Florida and was in a specialized behavior classroom. Continue Reading ?
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