Unless you and the school agree in writing to change the IEP outside of the annual review, changes to your child’s IEP can only be made by the PPT. The school can schedule (and you can request) a PPT meeting at any time but you must receive written notice of the PPT meeting at least five school days before the meeting. The school must make “every effort” to schedule meetings at a mutually agreed upon time and place. Whenever the school proposes a change in special education services, it must provide you with written notice not later than ten school days before the board “proposes to, or refuses to, initiate or change the child’s identification, evaluation or educational placement or the provision of FAPE.” If you don’t agree with what the school recommends at the PPT, you have a right to object to the change and to request a due process hearing and invoke your “stay put” rights.