Some common questions about the rights of parents and guardians who do not speak, listen, read, or write English proficiently because it is not their primary language.*
Must my child’s school provide information to me in a language I can understand?
Yes. Schools must communicate information to limited English proficient parents in a language they can understand about any program, service, or activity that is called to the attention of parents who are proficient in English. This includes, but is not limited to, information related to: