Users' Guide to Administrative Process New 2.6.2013 pg. 33. "audiocassette tapes at department costs."
Request for Reasonable Accommodation Form is also in the Users' Guide
Please send all forms to request Hearings to: Office of Legislation and Hearings, 101 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH 03301
The Department's special education due process hearing is the final administrative remedy for disputes between parents and school districts. Decisions of a hearing officer in special education due process hearings shall be appealed directly to a court of competent jurisdiction. Prior to requesting a due process hearing, if the parties agree, the department will provide either mediation or a neutral conference as an alternative for resolving the dispute.
A party aggrieved by a decision at the local level may appeal to the state board for review, in accordance with Ed 200, provided that such appeal is filed within 30 days of receipt of the written decision of the local board or 7 days after any alternative dispute resolution that did not produce an agreement with parties. Each appeal shall be in writing and shall be addressed to the office of legislation and hearings.
Each appeal shall state the following
The party filing the appeal shall enclose a copy of the final local board decision.
State Board decisions
An individual who is dissatisfied with any determination made by personnel of the division that affects the provision of vocational rehabilitation services shall, in accordance with Ed 1004.05, notify the division in writing of his or her intent to initiate a hearing. The division shall forward all requests to initiate hearings to the office of legislation and hearings in the Department of Education. Hearings shall be conducted by the office of legislation and hearings. The written request for a hearing shall be made within 30 days after the division notifies the individual of its determination or completion of an alternative dispute resolution procedure.
Coordinator, Dispute Resolution, and Constituent Complaints
Acrobat Reader format. You can download a free reader from Adobe.
Microsoft PowerPoint format. You can download a free reader from Microsoft.