I have heard that there are new ENL laws that allow for special education students to be exited from ENL programs after various committee meetings, principal and superintendent approval, and parent involvement. My colleague says that you have sixty days after a child's registration as a student in the district to start the process and exit them from the program. I have two children who meet the criteria to be exited. One has various language delays, speech problems, and documented evidence of such from a young age. She speaks no second language and mainly presents with difficulties interacting in social skills situations. All the problems that my ENL students have in developing language, learning vocabulary, and other issues she does not have. My second kid presents with difficulty understanding the format of assignments. Her teacher and I think we should recommend her for special education services evaluation and that she should not be in ENL. She does not have any of the problems any of my ENL students have, and on a recent exam, got all the problems that my ENL students struggled with correct. My colleague has seen both kids and readily agrees with my assessment. These kids' classroom teachers, specials teachers, and everyone involved in taking care of them readily agrees. Special education has no idea why one of these kids is even in ENL classes to begin with because they think it is mostly a special education issue. Both of these students have parents who are very hard to get in touch with. I have tried every avenue available to contact their parents. Sixty days has definitely passed since these kids registered as students in the district. Does that mean my colleague and I cannot exit them from the program and they will continue to receive ENL services?