Complaint Decisions

Recent Complaint decisions are posted here for 30 days. After that time, they will be found on our Data Reports and Analytics page.
  • 20-051C - 2/24/20
    The district did not violate special education law, given that the student withdrew from the district while the district was in the process of responding to the parents' concerns and the student's anticipated needs; therefore, the district did not have an opportunity to hold an IEP team meeting to review and revise the student's IEP as appropriate.
  • 20-049C - 2/14/20
    The District violated 34 C.F.R. § 303.13 when it failed to provide speech and language services to the student in conformity with his 2018 IFSP.
  • 20-052C - 2/3/20
    The district did not violate special education law as it provided the complainant with the opportunity to inspect and review the students' educational records.
  • 20-047C - 2/3/20
    The district violated special education law when at times staff failed to provide the student with testing accommodations in conformity with the student's IEP.
  • 20-050C - 1/31/20
    The district failed to provide progress reporting as required by the Student's IEPs.
  • 20-048C - 1/31/20
    The district violated special education law when it failed to provide the special education services required by the student's IEP and ensure one provider was aware of their specific responsibilities to implement the IEP.
  • 19-083C - 8/7/19
    The District violated 34 C.F.R. §§ 300.501, 300.116, and 300.115 when it failed to ensure the Student's parents were able to meaningfully participate in the Student's educational placement as members of the group that made the decision on March 14, 2019 and when it failed to ensure that a continuum of alternative placements was available to meet the needs of the Student following the March 14, 2019 meeting. It also violated 34 C.F.R. § 300.503(a) and (b) and Minnesota Rule 3525.3600 when it failed to provide the Student's parents with proper prior written notice following the March 14, 2019 meeting and when it failed to attach a proposed IEP to the prior written notice issued following the March 14, 2019 meeting. The District also violated 34 C.F.R. § 300.101 when it failed to provide the Student with a FAPE following the March 14, 2019 meeting.