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Consent) Before any decisions are made, the parent must give the school permission in writing.  6.) Prior Written Notice: School must provide parent with written notice, before making changes of  special education services. 7.) Understandable Language: Written notice must use language that’s understandable, and in your native language. 8.) Independent Educational Evaluation (IEE): If par- ents disagree with school evaluation results, you have the right to get an IEE- evaluation of your  child’s skills and needs by someone who’s not a school employee. 9.) “Stay Put” Rights: This  keeps your child IEP in place while you and the school work things out. 10.) Dispute Resolution  Options: You have the right to disagree with the school about what’s best for your child. If a dis- agreement occurs, IDEA gives you several dispute resolution options. As a parent, you can also  file a complaint with your state if the school is violating IDEA or with the Office for Civil Rights for  the U.S. Department of Education if there’s discrimination against your child.
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