Your Child's Right to A Free Appropriate Education

This is the first step to understanding how your school can help you while protecting your child’s right to an education regardless of being school avoidant. 

These guides detail the procedures and timelines the school must follow to provide students with Individualized Education Plans (IEP) and 504 Plans in your state.  They detail the process of how to request your school’s support as mandated by federal and state disability laws. 

In order to save you time and energy, we have compiled a list of every state’s guide. 

Get Your State's Guide To
Parental Rights in Special Education

For some states we also came across their guides for Intervention Teams or Section 504, so some states will have more than one resource.

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School Avoidance Experts

Unfortunately only a small percentage of school professionals, therapists, educational advocates and policy makers understand school avoidance best practices. So, you must become the expert to ensure your child is getting:

  • Appropriate mental health treatment
  • School assistance without punitive responses (truancy, failing, grade retention)
  • Educated regardless of their school avoidance
  • A 504 plan or IEP if needed (many school avoidant kids qualify)

The time passing slowly without progress is the worst feeling. It wouldn’t have taken five years of suffering and uncertainty if I had this expert guidance during my son’s school avoidance. We would have saved $29,000 in lawyer fees and $69,000 for private schools.

Providing Information School Avoidance Families Need To Know

This Guide explains; 504 Plans, IEPs, Attendance Policies & More

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