The ALJ concluded that the local school system did not fail to timely identify, locate, and evaluate the student's eligibility for services, and that the parent is not entitled to an IEE.
The ALJ concluded that the student had not been denied a FAPE and therefore denied the parents' due process complaint.
The ALJ concluded that the school system was providing compensatory services to remediate violations regarding failure to implement parts of the IEP. He further determined that no other remedy is appropriate.
The ALJ concluded that the school system offered the student a FAPE and, as a result, denied the parents' request that the student be placed in a nonpublic school.
The ALJ concluded that the student's right to a FAPE had not been violated and, as result, dismissed the parents' due process complaint.
The ALJ concluded that even with a finding of a procedural error, the school system provided the student with a FAPE. As a result, the ALJ dismissed the parent's due process complaint.
The ALJ concluded that the local school system properly evaluated the student and provided an appropriate educational placement. As a result, the ALJ determined that the school system did not owe the student compensatory services and denied and dismissed the due process complaint.
The ALJ concluded that the parent did not prove that the school system had failed to provide the student with a FAPE, and as a result, dismissed the due process complaint.
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