Complaint Decisions

Recent Complaint decisions are posted here for 30 days. After this time, use the Complaints, Hearings, and Letters Search.
  • 15-010C  - 3/26/15
    The District was in violation when it failed to timely review and revise the Student's IEP as appropriate to address the Student's anticipated related service transportation needs.
  • 15-012C  - 3/26/15
    Complainant alleges that the District failed to consider an Independent Educational Evaluation (IEE) when the Independent Education Program (IEP) team met and failed to develop appropriate measurable postsecondary goals and transition services to assist for the Student.
  • 15-014C  - 3/26/15
    The District was in violation when it failed to provide motor breaks and process time. Further, the District was in violation when it failed to timely review and revise the Student's IEP to address the Student's behavioral needs, and when it failed to accurately document the time of seclusion.
  • 15-015C  - 3/26/15
    The District's evaluation was comprehensive and the Student did not qualify for a disability category.
  • 15-016C  - 3/26/15
    The Complainants allege that the District failed to provide paraprofessional services and sensory breaks as outlined in the Student's IEP and failed to inform service providers of the contents of the Student's IEP.
  • 15-017C  - 3/26/15
    The District was in compliance when, although at times the Student could not participate, the District followed the Student's BIP, and met to review the Student's behavioral needs. However, the District was in violation when it failed to review the Student's attendance in a general education course.
  • 15-018C  - 3/26/15
    The District met to review the Student's IEP; however, it failed to provide specificity in the IEP related to the duties of paraprofessionals, and it failed to provide prior written notice to the Complainant consistent with its obligations before ceasing the provision of services.
  • 15-020C  - 3/26/15
    The District was in violation when it failed to ensure that service providers were informed of their specific responsibilities related to Student injuries. The District provided instruction in accordance with the Student's least restrictive environment statement and the student was not secluded.
  • 15-021C  - 3/26/15
    The evaluation allegation was outside the one-year statute of limitations. The bullying allegation was not substantiated, thus there was no need to review and revise the IEP. The District scheduled meetings that afforded the parent the opportunity to participate.