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10 Reasons Why Schools Say No!

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1. The school does not want to change long-standing procedures.

2. The school does not want to make exceptions to existing policies or practices.

group of people meeting3. The school is afraid of setting a precedent.

4. The school does not have the staff to meet the child’s needs.

5. The staff is not trained to meet the child’s needs.

6. The school does not have a program to meet the child’s needs.

7. The school is committed to their one-size-fits all service delivery models.

8. The school believes the services your child needs are too expensive.

9. The school is overwhelmed by the complexity of your child’s needs.

10. The school does not understand the legal requirement to provide your child with an individualized program.

 

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