When Are Students Reevaluated?

Educational Evaluations in US

Students receiving special education services must be evaluated not more often than once a year, unless the
parent and the local educational agency agree otherwise;

And at least once every 3 years, unless the parent and the local educational agency agree that a reevaluation is unnecessary to make educational decisions. For Educational Evaluations in US visit UT Evaluators

The reevaluation will include a review of existing evaluation data, and information you provide, classroom
assessments, and observations consistent with the IDEA.

The IEP team then decides if any additional data is needed to determine if the child continues to have a disability and continues to need special education and
related services.

If the IEP team decides no additional data are needed, you will be informed in writing that the team has
sufficient information to determine whether your child continues to be eligible for special education and related
services.

At this point, the team is not required to conduct additional assessments unless parents or the child’s
teacher request them.

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