LD vs. Central Bucks School District

Student LD

Name of Child

Xx/xx/xx

Date of Birth

7944/07-08 LS

ODR File Number

September 12, 2007

Date of Hearing

Closed Hearing

Parties to Hearing

Parents Mr. & Mrs.

School District
Patricia Mueller
Supervisor of Special Education Central Bucks School District 16 Welden Drive
Doylestown, PA 18901

District Representative Scott Wolpert, Esq. 400 Maryland Drive PO Box 7544

Fort Washington, PA 19034

Date Transcript Received: September 14, 2007

Date of Decision September 19, 2007

Kenneth Rose Hearing Officer

Background

The student is a xx year-old resident of the school district. He is identified as an eligible student with a Speech/Language (S/L) based disability. The student entered the school district during third grade as a regular education student. In March 2006 he was evaluated and found eligible as a student with S/L based disability. An Individualized Education Program (IEP) was developed. Early in fourth grade the parents desired to remove the student from special education. Due to behavior problems and increased speech needs the school district desired to add additional speech services and a Behavior Improvement Plan (BIP) to the student’s IEP. The parents are opposed to these IEP additions.

The school district sought this due process hearing to have the Hearing Officer resolve the impasse.

Issue

  1. Is the IEP of March 9, 2007 appropriate?
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