Informed Parent Consent is one of the important parent rights in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). IDEA is the federal special education law. When your child receives special education services, there are times when the school must obtain your written permission before acting.
Read about consent:
- Informed Parent Consent for Pre-School and School-Aged Children with Disabilities– from PACER: Facts-on-Hand is an easy to read series on special education.
- Consent as Defined in IDEA MDE
- The Meaning and Importance of Prior Written Notice and Parent Consent PACER
- Parental Consent– CPIR including the difference between consent and agreement
- Parental Notification and Consent in Early Intervention– CPIR
Parents can revoke their consent for special education services in writing at any time. Revoke Consent/ Refuse Services