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Sam, Unfortunately in 2005, Massachusetts lowered the special education service standard to our children with special needs. During the time when your family was involved in preschool the service standard was "maximum possible development" commonly called "maximum extent feasible." In 2005, Massachusetts lowered the service standard to our children with special needs to "appropriate" commonly called "free and appropriate public education" (FAPE.) As such our current families now experience a significantly lower standard than what was in place when your family involved with preschool services and the legal requirements from 27 years ago when the program was established. I urge concerned families to advocate that the state return to the maximum extent feasible standard.
Sam, Unfortunately in 2005, Massachusetts lowered the special education service standard to our children with special needs. During the time of from "maximum possible development" commonly called "maximum extent feasible" to "appropriate" commonly called "free and appropriate public education" (FAPE.) As such our current families now experience a significantly lower standard than what was in place when your family involved with preschool services and the legal requirements from 27 years ago when the program was established. I urge concerned families to advocate that the state return to the maximum extent feasible standards.
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May 4, 2016