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Divisions > Special Education and Early Intervention > Family Support and Dispute Resolution Branch > Hearing Decisions > 2010
Due Process Hearing Decisions - FY10 - 4th Quarter
(April 1, 2010 - June 30, 2010)

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
Anne Arundel County Public Schools
10-H-AARU-09602
6/16/2010
Parent/Guardian IEP Development/Review/Revision, Placement/LRE/complainant requesting less restrictive
Decision Summary
____________
The ALJ found that the parent did not meet the burden of proof and dismissed the case.

 

Public Agency OAH Case #
______________
Decision Date
Hearing Requested By Issues
Baltimore County Public Schools
10-H-BCNY-16417
6/17/2010
Parent/Guardian IEP Development/Review/Revision
Decision Summary
____________
The ALJ found that the parent did not meet the burden of proof and dismissed the case.

 

Public Agency OAH Case #
______________
Decision Date
Hearing Requested By Issues
Montgomery County Public Schools
09-H-MONT-33963
4/5/2010
Parent/Guardian IEP Development/Review/Revision, Tuition Reimbursement
Decision Summary
____________
The ALJ concluded the MCPS proposed IEP is appropriate, therefore, denied the parent's request for tuition reimbursement.

 

Public Agency OAH Case #
______________
Decision Date
Hearing Requested By Issues
Montgomery County Public Schools
09-H-MONT-40388
6/9/2010
Parent/Guardian IEP Development/Review/Revision, Tuition Reimbursement
Decision Summary
____________
The ALJ concluded the MCPS IEP was not appropriate, therefore, granted the parent's request for tuition reimbursement.

 

Public Agency OAH Case #
______________
Decision Date
Hearing Requested By Issues
Montgomery County Public Schools
09-H-MONT-41647
4/5/2010
Public Agency IEP Development/Review/Revision, Tuition Reimbursement
Decision Summary
____________
The ALJ concluded the MCPS proposed IEP is appropriate, therefore, denied the parent's request for tuition reimbursement.

 

Public Agency OAH Case #
______________
Decision Date
Hearing Requested By Issues
Montgomery County Public Schools
09-H-MONT-46034
5/25/2010
Parent/Guardian IEP Implementation-Placement, Placement Determination
Decision Summary
____________

The ALJ concluded that although the IEP was not implemented as written, the failure did not deny the student FAPE. Further, the ALJ denied the parent's request that the student be transferred to another school because it was not an IDEA issue.

 

Public Agency OAH Case #
______________
Decision Date
Hearing Requested By Issues
Montgomery County Public Schools
10-H-MONT-12286
5/21/2010
Parent/Guardian IEP Development/Review/Revision, Placement/LRE/complainant requesting more restrictive
Decision Summary
____________
The ALJ concluded the parents failed to meet their burden of proof, therefore, denied the parents request for more restrictive placement.

 

Public Agency OAH Case #
______________
Decision Date
Hearing Requested By Issues
Montgomery County Public Schools
10-H-MONT-14099
6/18/2010
Parent/Guardian IEP Development/Review/Revision
Decision Summary
____________
The ALJ concluded that the student did not require speech/language services in order to be provided with FAPE.

 

Public Agency OAH Case #
______________
Decision Date
Hearing Requested By Issues
Prince George's County Public Schools
10-H-PGEO-03436
4/28/2010
Parent/Guardian IEP Development/Review/Revision, Identification/Evaluation/Reevaluation -Part B
Decision Summary
____________
The ALJ concluded that PGCPS did not complete the initial evaluation within timelines and that the IEP in effect during the first half of the school year was not reasonably calculated to provide the student with FAPE. However, the ALJ further concluded that the parent failed to request, or prove the need for, any remedies to which the student would be entitled as the result of the procedural violations identified, and therefore, the ALJ dismissed the case.

 

Public Agency OAH Case #
______________
Decision Date
Hearing Requested By Issues
Prince George's County Public Schools
10-H-PGEO-03535
5/13/2010
Parent/Guardian IEP Development/Review/Revision, Placement/LRE/complainant requesting more restrictive
Decision Summary
____________
The ALJ concluded the IEP and placement are appropriate, therefore, denied the parent's request for residential placement.


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