Who should attend a meeting for a 504 Plan?

Parent Question
Mar. 15, 2022Updated Apr. 26, 2022

Education advocate Lisa Carey explains, “...there is no required attendee list for a 504; it is up to the school or district.” She suggests requesting that the child’s teacher attend at a minimum. Carey tells us “A 504 plan does not require the parents to participate.” A parent’s expected involvement largely depends on the school district's policy.

For more information, see our article What’s the Difference Between a 504 Plan and an IEP?


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