The Due Process Hearing, Summarized
There are times when the parties have been unable or unwilling to resolve the dispute themselves, and so they proceed to a due process hearing. There, an impartial, trained hearing officer hears the evidence and issues a hearing decision. This issue of Resolving Disputes with Parents Series provides a summary of the due process hearing.
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