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The District did not withhold regularly scheduled meals as a result of the Student's refusal to eat lunch when confronted with a directive to do so.
A district must get parental consent or wait 14 calendar days before initiating services proposed in a revised IEP.
The District provided accommodations in conformity with the Student's IEP.
The District violated 34 C.F.R. 300.320 and 300.323 when it failed to develop an IEP that provided sufficient detail to inform the general education teachers of their specific responsibilities related to implementing the accommodation in the Student's IEP.
A district has no continuing child find obligation to a student who is no longer enrolled in the district.
A district’s obligation to provide an IEE at public expense is not dependent upon the student remaining enrolled in the district.
The District failed to propose an IEP after completing an evaluation that found the Student eligible for special education services. The District failed to give prior written notice refusing the initial placement of the Student.
The District was in compliance with notice requirements when it provided a copy of the procedural safeguard notice at the beginning of the school year, and after receipt of the first State complaint during the evaluation planning meeting.
A conciliation conference does not require attendance of all IEP team members. Instead, it allows the parents an opportunity to meet with appropriate district staff.
A district must provide special education and related services in conformity with a student's IEP. District staff cannot unilaterally decide to discontinue the provision of services in an IEP.
The District was in compliance when a restrictive procedure was used in an emergency.
A district must provide special education and related services in conformity with a student's IEP, individualized health plan, and emergency care plan if they are a part of the student's IEP.
A district must provide special education and related services in conformity with a student's IEP.