Hello...I know that you wanted an answer as soon as possible. I am not sure what state you are in but once you tell me, I can provide you with a resource. In the meantime, since you have a factual dispute of what is happening with your child, you may need to file Due Process because your child has fallen behind in regular class, may need to be in a special class, and you have problems that qualify for due process resolution.
You must formally request due process in order for a mediation or hearing to be scheduled. Due process requests are sometimes referred to as due process complaints. However, make sure that the information that you present is all factual.
You must provide specific written information about the dispute to initiate due process. There can be no hearing or mediation until you initiate the first step. You must also provide this written notice to the school district and send a copy to the state department of education branch responsible for special education. You can find more information at www.ed.gov.
Your written request must include the following information:
-your child's name and address
-the name of your child's school
-a description of the disputed issues including the facts relating to the issues
-your desired resolution-not only what you want for your child's education, but also that you want to be reimbursed for your due process costs, such as attorney fees, witness fees, and independent evaluation costs
-whether you want to mediate or go directly to a hearing
This step will get the ball rolling otherwise your son will be in the same situation. The school district is doing a disservice to your son.