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This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
Parents must be notified in writing when their child has been referred for special education assessment.

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Question 2.
Parents must give their consent for special education assessment.

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Question 3.
Parents can examine only those portions of their child's school records that are not confidential.

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Question 4.
Parents who disagree with a decision of the school can request an impartial due process hearing.

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Question 5.
Parents must be informed of the results of eligibility decisions.

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Question 6.
Parents must obtain a judge's order before they can obtain an independent educational evaluation of their child.

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Question 7.
If a student's parents are not available, a surrogate parent can be appointed to represent the student's interests.

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Question 8.
According to federal law, only formal assessment procedures can be listed on the IAP.

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Question 9.
Districts have the right to bar students with disabilities from participation in state- or district-wide assessments of student achievement.

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Question 10.
The IEP team contains the same members as the team responsible for eligibility assessment.

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