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What Is A “Stay Put” Provision In An IEP & When Is It Used?

Published: May. 3, 2022Updated: Jun. 27, 2022
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What if you disagree with some parts of your child's new IEP? You don't want your child to lose supports and services while handling a dispute, so rely on a Stay Put provision.

For more reading on what to do after your IEP meeting, go here.


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