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IDEA Complaint Decision 24-013

On February 9, 2024, the Department of Public Instruction (department) received a complaint under state and federal special education law from ####  (complainant) against the #### (school). This is the department’s decision regarding the complaint. The issues in the complaint are identified below and pertain to the 2023-24 school year.

IDEA Complaint Decision 24-012

On February 6, 2024, the Department of Public Instruction (department) received a complaint under state and federal special education law from #### (Complainant) against the #### (district). This is the department’s decision regarding that complaint. The issues identified are whether the district, beginning the 2023-24 school year, improperly utilized seclusion or physical restraint with a student with a disability and improperly changed the student’s placement.

IDEA Complaint Decision 24-010

On February 2, 2024 (letter dated November 5, 2023), the Department of Public Instruction (department) received a complaint under state and federal special education law from #### (complainants) against the #### (district). This is the department’s decision regarding that complaint. The issues are whether the district properly developed the individualized education program (IEP) of two students with disabilities to provide a free, appropriate public education (FAPE) in the least restrictive environment (LRE); and provided special education services utilizing properly licensed staff.

IDEA Complaint Decision 24-009

On January 23, 2024 (form dated January 22, 2024), the Department of Public Instruction received a complaint under state and federal special education law from #### (Complainant) against the #### (District). This is the department’s decision regarding that complaint. The issues are whether the district, beginning January 23, 2023:

IDEA Complaint Decision 24-006

On January 16, 2024, the Department of Public Instruction (department) received a complaint under state and federal special education law from ### (parent) against the ####t (district). This is the department’s decision regarding that complaint. The issues identified are whether the district, during the 2023 24 school year:

IDEA Complaint Decision 24-005

On January 12, 2024, the Department of Public Instruction (department) received a complaint under state and federal special education law from #### (complainant) against the #### (district). This is the department’s decision regarding that complaint. The issue identified is whether the district, beginning January 12, 2023, properly implemented the individualized education program (IEP) of a student with a disability regarding school psychology services, reduced assignments, and behavioral supports.

IDEA Complaint Decision 24-004

On January 8, 2024 (form dated January 5, 2024), the Department of Public Instruction (department) received a complaint under state and federal special education law from #### (complainant) against the #### (district). This is the department’s decision regarding that complaint. The issue is whether the district, beginning January 8, 2023, properly conducted a reevaluation and dismissed a student from special education.

IDEA Complaint Decision 24-001

On January 3, 2024, the Department of Public Instruction (department) received a complaint under state and federal special education law from ####  (complainant) against the #### (district). This is the department’s decision regarding that complaint. The issues are whether the district, beginning January 3, 2023:
● Properly issued regular high school diplomas to student with disabilities who participate in the alternative education curriculum; and
● Properly followed the civics testing requirements for students with disabilities.

IDEA Complaint Decision 23-058

On June 1, 2023, the Department of Public Instruction (department) received a complaint under state and federal special education law from #### (Complainant) against the ### School District. This is the department’s decision regarding that complaint. The issues identified in the complaint are listed below and apply to the period of time beginning August 2, 2022.
 

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