Due Process Hearing Decisions
hearing decisions from January 2004 until present.
of current special education hearing officers and their qualifications.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Education Dispute Resolution Systems Handbook
is designed to assist parents, school officials, and other interested parties
in understanding and working through TEA's special education dispute
resolution system. The handbook contains information about the due process
hearings program including FAQs but is not intended to be legal advice. A
party needing legal advice concerning a special education matter should
contact a private attorney as TEA cannot provide legal assistance. Click HERE
for a link to the Spanish translation of the Dispute Resolution Handbook.
information on resolution meetings.
U.S. Department of Education's Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative
Services' letter to TEA responding to TEA's inquiry regarding whether a
state educational agency may dismiss claims raised in a state special education
complaint that were released in a previous resolution session or mediation
Due Process Hearing Survey
document provided by the assigned hearing officer to parties with the final
order/decision in a due process hearing.