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amy: hi, unfortunately, what chuck said is exactly the right thing for this situation. there is no question of having an assistive technology person at the iep. the iep meetings are governed by federal idea law. in order to be part of the iep meetings, you must have a pedc. if this is not a specific language school that does language programs, there will be state certification requirements. every state requires a copy of the asc for a school to be accredited. all an assistive technology person can do is assist you with using the asc. you or the pedc must make the decisions on what to use. in many instances, the asc takes responsibility for providing assistive technology. this can be through resources that it provides or through its employees. however, the state will sometimes place the responsibility on the school. again, in most states, if you choose an assistive technology program not listed in the asc, the school may still use the asc as a resource. the principal will likely be the one to call the office to place the order for assistive technology.
ken: we have tried just about everything under the sun and we are still a little confused. someone told us that the psat results in may would give us some more information, but we got some negative news back. our daughter was tested last year with the psat and was only somewhat above the expectation level (about 12 or 13th percentile). yet she scored better on actual tests (like the sat) than her peers. we are not sure what to make of it and we didn’t think she was really ready for the test as we have had to rely on her having a teacher go over the questions a few times to get her to the answer. we have been informed that it is more than likely that they said she would score as well as her peers on the psat because there are tests like the psat but most schools don’t run them so she was like an outlier by default. i guess we were told to talk to the school in case they were interested in following through with another test. we haven’t heard back. they were nice enough when we asked if they were going to follow up with a test (they apparently hadn’t remembered the request at that point). we are planning on talking to her school counselor. do you have any thoughts on what might be going on?
the same is true when it comes to academic cheating. a recent federal law (title ix) provides schools that are willing to use federal money with penalties for any transgressor, from students to administrators, teachers, school boards and so on.
it goes even further by not only holding individuals responsible, but their institutions responsible and guaranteeing that principals and teachers do not get fired because of its activities. a great example of this is how schools fight and chase down students for practicing the use of bathroom watches in their classrooms to ensure that students do not cheat during class. some schools even have websites dedicated to sharing and pointing out where bathroom breaks and recess are so that students can plan and schedule their bathroom breaks and recess appropriately. such websites also make it easier for students and parents to report suspicious activities and to be sure that a student is not cheating. students are even able to input the total number of bathroom watches they took so that their teacher is aware of if and when they might not have taken enough bathroom breaks.
if students have been breaking bathroom rules, schools have very strict policies about reporting them. common offenses are: taking too many bathroom breaks and/or not using the bathroom every 15 minutes. failing to record the number of bathroom watches in a classroom on a daily basis. cheating off of someone else or having a friend take a bathroom watch and you turn around and take one yourself.
teachers are usually required to report these kinds of offenses and even get their names in the news if such offenses are being covered up. teachers are only allowed to do this because they are getting paid. the process of reporting students for bathroom cheating can be extremely invasive. a student can be asked to come to their teachers office, get reported, and have to face different teachers who have worked with them during their sophomore, junior, and senior year. students can even have to go to the principal or vice principal to get reported.