A reevaluation is used to confirm your student’s continued eligibility for special education and related services. Reevaluations are needed when your student’s needs change to the extent that the current evaluation does not provide enough information for the IEP team to revise your student’s IEP. For Educational Evaluations in US visit here
1. How often can I get my student reevaluated?
Reevaluations can occur:
A. Not more than once a year, unless the parent and district agree that a reevaluation should occur sooner; or
B. At least once every 3 years, unless the parent and the district agree that a reevaluation is unnecessary.
2.How long does a school district have to complete a reevaluation?
A reevaluation needs to occur within 35 school days after the district receives your consent for the reevaluation. The timeline for completing the reevaluation will be less than 35 school days if the required 3-year timeline ends sooner.
3. What is included in a reevaluation?
A. A review of all existing data on your student – which includes the most recent evaluations, classroom based tests and statewide assessments, classroom based observations, observations by teachers and other services providers, and information and observations provided by you.
B. Any additional assessments from qualified professionals to determine your student’s continued eligibility for special education and related services.
C. A determination of whether your student needs additional services or modifications to meet her/his annual goals.
D. A determination as to the extent your student can participate, as appropriate, in the general education curriculum.