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Divisions > Special Education and Early Intervention > Family Support and Dispute Resolution Branch > Hearing Decisions > 2010
Due Process Hearing Decisions - FY10 - 1st Quarter
(July 1, 2009 - September 30, 2009)

In cases where MSDE has been informed that a hearing decision is being appealed in accordance with Section 615(i) of IDEA 2004, an asterisk (*) is placed next to the OAH Case #.  The civil or district court number of the case is provided when available.

Public Agency OAH Case #
______________
Decision Date
Hearing Requested By Issues
Frederick County Public Schools
09-H-FRED-16928
8/19/2009
Parent/Guardian IEP Development/Review/Revision, Nonpublic Placement
Decision Summary
____________
The ALJ concluded the IEP is appropriate, therefore, dismissed the parent's request for nonpublic placement.

Public Agency OAH Case #
______________
Decision Date
Hearing Requested By Issues
Montgomery County
Public Schools
09-H-MONT-14183 9/15/2009 Parent/Guardian IEP Development/Review/Revision, Independent Educational Evaluation Procedures, Placement/LRE/complainant requesting less restrictive
Decision Summary
____________
The ALJ concluded the IEP and placement are appropriate, and that the parents had the opportunity to participate in development of the IEP. The ALJ further concluded that the parents were not entitled to an IEE at public expense.

Public Agency OAH Case #
______________
Decision Date
Hearing Requested By Issues
Montgomery County
Public Schools
09-H-MONT-15703 9/15/2009 Public Agency IEP Development/Review/Revision, Independent Educational Evaluation Procedures, Placement/LRE/complainant requesting more restrictive
Decision Summary
____________
The ALJ concluded the IEP and placement are appropriate, and that the parents had the opportunity to participate in development of the IEP. The ALJ further concluded that the parents were not entitled to an IEE at public expense.

Public Agency OAH Case #
______________
Decision Date
Hearing Requested By Issues
Montgomery County
Public Schools
09-H-MONT-23180 9/21/2009 Parent/Guardian IEP Development/Review/Revision, Placement/LRE/complainant requesting more restrictive
Decision Summary
____________
The ALJ concluded the IEP is appropriate, therefore, dismissed the parent's complaint for placement in a residential treatment facility.

Public Agency OAH Case #
______________
Decision Date
Hearing Requested By Issues
Prince George's County
Public Schools
09-H-PGEO-20199 8/14/2009 Parent/Guardian Identification/Evaluation/
Reevaluation
Decision Summary
____________
The ALJ concluded that since the student turned 21 years of age prior to the start of the 2009-2010 school year that she was no longer entitled to a FAPE.


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