Parents can revoke their consent for special education services in writing at any time.
Once your revocation is effective, your child will no longer be eligible to receive a free appropriate public education (FAPE) as defined under the IDEA and will no longer be entitled to protections received when identified as a child eligible for special education programs or services. The school district will not be required to convene an individualized education program (IEP) team meeting or develop an IEP for your child.
- Revocation of Parental Consent for Special Education Programs and Services MDE
- Notice of Cessation of Special Education Programs and Services in Response to Revocation of Parental Consent MDE
- Changes in IDEA Involve Parents’ Rights Revoking Consent for Special Education PACER
- Can I Revoke Consent for a Service in the IEP? Wrightslaw
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. Check it out: Consent.