School district’s proposed extended school year education plan comported with requirements of IDEA.
Docket Number: 1454724 , Decision Date: October 10, 2014
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Respondent school district proposed that Petitioner, a child with special needs, receive extended school year (ESY) programming at the rate of 4.5 hours per day, three days per week, and assigned a different lead teacher than was assigned to Petitioner during the regular school year. Petitioner’s mother filed a Due Process Complaint, seeking four days a week of ESY led by the regular school year teacher. The Court upheld the school district’s proposal, holding that no procedural or substantive safeguards had been violated.