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2004-2005 Due Process Decisions

Due process hearing decisions are only binding on the actual parties involved in that particular case regarding a specific student. These decisions are not binding in any other situation as they are not like court cases. Additionally, a due process hearing decision is subject to appeals in court and thus may be either upheld or overturned in a later court case.


Hearing Decisions:

Part C (Infants and Toddlers) Hearing Decisions:

Dismissals:

Settlement Order; parties settled: