No. It is reasonable for you to have a copy made of the proposed IEP to take home to read over more closely and/or to discuss with your spouse, partner, independent assessor, independent service provider, or someone else before deciding whether to sign. You may not be able to take the original document home with you. Your child remains eligible for special education services and stays in her current placement while you decide whether to consent.
If you do not consent or file for due process in a reasonable period of time, then the district may file for due process.