Group proposes change to typical steps for due process hearings

04/22/2013 | Education Week

When parents and schools disagree about a student's individualized education program, a due process hearing offers an opportunity for both parties to present their sides to an objective third party. Officials from the American Association of School Administrators say the process is costly and time-consuming. The group is proposing an alternative in which a consultant develops an IEP that the school and parents would follow for a specific amount of time prior to any lawsuits.

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