IDEA, Part B Equitable Services to Children Unilaterally Enrolled by their Parents in Private Schools. Participation & Equitable Services. Parentally-Placed Private School Children Have the Right to Participate in the Determination of Equitable Services. No entitlement to FAPE.
Parentally-Placed Private School Children Have the Right to Participate in the Determination of Equitable Services. No entitlement to FAPE.
+Individualized Education Plan
(Provide Notice to Private Schools)
Signed, written affirmation after consultation occurs – from representatives of participating private schools
If no affirmation provided within a “reasonable period of time” after consultation, forward documentation of consultation process to OSPI in iGrants 267 appendix.
DISCLAIMER for Special Education Services
Training provided today is meant to supplement and not supplant reading bulletins and accompanying documents; guidance from the U.S. Department of Education; chapter 392-172A WAC; Part 300 of the federal regulations; and, the Individuals with Disabilities Act. This presentation and/or materials should be viewed and applied by users according to their specific needs. The presentation should be used as guidance and is not intended as legal advice.
Douglas H. Gill, Ed.D., Director, Special Education, OSPI