2020-21 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:

Kansas City 33 School District (1506)

Parkway C-2 School District and Special School District of St. Louis County (1522)

Part C (Infants and Toddlers) Hearing Decisions:

Dismissals:

Fort Zumwalt R-II School District (1515)

Rolla 31 School District (1550)

Independence 30 School District (1552)

Independence 30 School District (1553)

Bayless School District and Special School District of St. Louis County (1544)

Special School District of St. Louis County (1541)

Settlement Order; parties settled:

Fort Zumwalt R-II School District (1520)

Parkway C-2 and Special School District of St. Louis County (1516)

Special School District of St. Louis County (1528)

Special School District of St. Louis County (1533)

Special School District of St. Louis County (1545)

Columbia 93 School District (1530)