Parents Fight To Record IEP Meetings
[Source; Disability Scoop]
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Nearly a dozen parents and others told the Columbia Board of Education this week that they favor changing the board policy to allow parents to record the meetings in which their child’s special education or disability plan is decided.
The board is expected to make a decision on the issue at its September meeting.
As he introduced the recording policy, Superintendent Peter Stiepleman said there were 10 states in which the law allows recording of the special education meetings, including Kansas. He could find no school district in Missouri with a policy that allows recording of the meetings.
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