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Parents may request a due process hearing if they disagree with the identification, evaluation, educational placement, or provision of a free, appropriate, public education (FAPE) for a child with a disability. A due process hearing is a formal legal proceeding.
Oregon Administrative Rules for Due Process Hearings
List of attorneys who represent parents and children in special education disputes.
List of low cost legal services in Oregon.
A complete listing of all due process hearing requests filed since 2008 and the orders issued.
Record Preparation Guidelines
Guidelines for requesting and preparing record of due process for appeal.
An ALJ settlement conference is an alternative to mediation for parties to a due process hearing. In an ALJ settlement conference, an administrative law judge facilitates a settlement process between the parties to a due process hearing.
The advisory opinion process. The parties give a brief presentation of their case and the administrative law judge issues a verbal, nonbinding opinion.
Oregon Department of Education documents in English
Oregon Department of Education documents in Spanish
For more information on this topic contact Mike Franklin 503-947-5634.
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