Student vs. Penn Manor School District

Decision

Due Process Hearing for Student

Date of Birth: xx/xx/xx
File Number: 6981/06-07

Date of Hearing: October 20, 2006

OPEN HEARING

Parties:
Mr. and Mrs.

Beth Campagna
Penn Manor School District PO Box 1001
Millersville, PA 17551

Representatives:

Stephen Russell, Esq
Susquehanna Commerce Center East 221 W. Philadelphia Street, 6th Floor York, PA 17404

Date Transcript/Exhibits Received: October 24, 2006

Date of Decision: November 4, 2006

Hearing Officer: David F. Bateman, PhD

I. BACKGROUND

Student is a xx-year old eligible resident of the Penn Manor School District (District) who receives gifted support. His Parent requested this hearing relating to the expected levels of achievement in his Gifted Individualized Education Plan (GIEP). There was a previous due process hearing in this matter with the hearing officer ruling Student was to receive accelerated education in the sixth grade math curriculum with a level of achievement of 80%. The Parent is seeking a level of achievement of 90% in his math achievement instead of the 80% as Ordered by the previous due process hearing officer. The District stated it has at all times satisfied the requirements of Chapter 16 and is following the Order of the previous due process hearing officer.

II. ISSUE PRESENTED

What should be the appropriate proficiency applied in Student’s sixth grade math curriculum?

Student-Penn-Manor-ODRNo-6981-06-07

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