Parents Bill of Rights
The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has developed a Parents’ Bill of Rights. LEAs can print the document to distribute to parents and may post it on their websites.
- American Sign Language (ASL)
- Serbo Croatian Cyrillic
- Serbo Croatian Latinic
When to Provide the Parents' Bill of Rights:
The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has developed a Parents’ Bill of Rights (162.850 RSMO). LEAs must provide the Bill of Rights to parents when:
- a child is determined eligible for special education services or,
- when an initial Individualized Education Program (IEP) is developed and,
- whenever the Procedural Safeguards Notice is provided to parents.