I currently work for a contracting company, who put special education providers into schools that cannot find staff of their own or cannot afford to do so. Which means, it is not unusual that i work in a tiny charter in Detroit. This is not the issue, the issue is that this school has been, since day one, asking of me to violate special education law. (Lets ignore that we are on the sixth school schedule of the year, that i am never informed of anything, that I have been told I have to do things like teach 4th grade for two days but given no materials to do so, etc, etc, etc) I tried to give the Brigance assessment to a student who had an IEP last week, and was initially told NO, due to it not being part of their approved curriculum, I just said I would do it anyway and copy it at home...they changed their tune. I have not been told when my caseload students are in school, several started in the second week, one in the third. I haven't been told where they will be when, but yelled at for not providing hours. IEPs from two years ago were readily available and in the open for others to see, I was not allowed to shred them, nor am I allowed a key to my room to lock up materials. I am not allowed to see current IEPs unless with permission as they are kept in another building (only on Thursdays when the others from my company are there). I am not allowed to provide certain accommodations like reading of tests, and when I pushed the issue I was allowed to test one grade level while another grade was sent to test without me. There is so much more, really there is. My company has sent out my resume and is encouraging me to look, they are doing all they can to help me find another job. When I have one secured they are ending the contract, as this is not the first time this has happened. The principal claims it is "not a good fit", but I came highly recommended and know I know my stuff.....so my company is sick of it. What I want to know, can I get the school into non-compliance with SPED law...and if so who do I call to get it done?