What will happen with the results of the evaluation?
Once the evaluation pieces are complete, a comprehensive evaluation report is written by the team. A copy of the evaluation report is provided to the parents by the due date.
**If the evaluation results show and the team determines that the child does indeed have a disability and has special education needs, an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) is created and will be based off of the evaluation.
A comprehensive evaluation is completed every 3 years.
**If the evaluation results show and the team determines that the child “not eligible” to receive special education services, under IDEA, the school system must tell the parent(s) in writing and explain why your child has been found “not eligible,” as well as provide you with information about what you can do if you disagree with the decision. Being that your child was evaluated and continues to show concerns, meeting with the teacher and other school personnel can help to determine what can be done within the regular education classroom to address the concerns further. This could include involvement in remedial programs, tutoring, etc.