This brochure explains the rights and responsibilities parents and students have to a free, appropriate public education. The brochure talks about the Individualized Education Program (IEP) and other rights.
This brochure explains the school discipline process and the rights of students and parents.
This brochure explains how a student becomes a habitual truant student, how that affects the student and the student’s parents, and how to fix the truancy issues.
The SAFE Act is legislation designed to reduce the number of out-of-school suspensions and expulsions of students in pre-K through 3rd grade.
ORC § 3313.642 states that “[N]o board of education of a school district shall charge a fee to a pupil who is eligible for free lunch… for any materials needed… to participate fully in a course of instruction.”
Disability Rights Ohio has information and forms on how you can have your child evaluated for special education services.
Disability Rights Ohio has information and forms on how you can have your child’s school to follow his or her IEP.
The Ohio Department of Education publishes A Guide to Parents Rights in Special Education. It is available in several languages.
Disability Rights Ohio has a brochure on early intervention services for infants and toddlers with disabilities. The brochure also talks about how those services are paid.
Disability Rights Ohio has a brochure on how to address behavior problems when the child has an Individualized Educational Program (IEP).
Click the link below to request services online or call our office that serves the county where you live. Briefly tell the secretary what the problem is. If you’ve received any papers from the court, you should have them handy so you can read from them.