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The Dispute Process

Formal Approaches: Due Process Hearing

”Image of a screen with a photograph of a man and woman seated across the table from a hearing officer. A series of tabs are at the bottom of the screen with the tab for Due Process Hearing highlighted.

Text reads: Title: Due Process Hearing. A due process hearing may be used when the parent and the school are unable to resolve a dispute through other informal or formal options for dispute resolution. Due process hearing:

A due process hearing is the most formal step in resolving a dispute. It is a legal proceeding where you and the school present documents and testimony to an impartial, trained hearing officer.

 
NICHCY: The Due Process Hearing, in Detail
Conference
Mediation
State Complaint
Due Process Complaint
Resolution Meeting
Due Proces Hearing
 
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