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October 17, 2017

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  • Not every meeting at the school was an IEP meeting. Sometimes it was just a parent-teacher conference, just your everyday, normal, not-an-IEP meeting parent-teacher conference. OK, so, yes, the Navigator’s special education teacher would be there. And his IEP case manager. And school administration, you know, just in case it needed to become an IEP meeting. Over the years the Navigator’s refusal to complete both schoolwork and homework increased. It was a worry. When I would ask him about classroom topics, assignments, and what he learned he would answer: “Well, the class learned about them.” “What were you doing?” I

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