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  1. Is it common in other areas for a school district to deny a parent’s request for an outside agency to observe their child in the classroom? The child attends ABA Therapy two days a week and then attends school three days. I'm requesting my child’s BCBA to observe him, in his classroom setting, in order to better provide therapy when he is in the clinic. This could benefit the student, the adults who work with him, as well as his peers. The school district is denying it, citing privacy and confidentiality laws. (I am composing a parent concerns letter and asking for them to provide the law that states it). Our BCBA is already bound by HIPAA laws, due to professional licensure. Your thoughts and suggestions are appreciated.
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