Washington Township Board of Education v. H.M. on Behalf of R.M.

Client: Washington Township Board of Education

Court: Office of Administrative Law

Brief Attorney:  Sanmathi (Sanu) Dev, Esq.

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The Board sought to compel the triennial reevaluation of a student receiving special education and related services when the parent of a special education law refused consent.  The Administrative Law Judge found that the Board has a legal right and authority to conduct the evaluations, as well as an obligation to conduct them.  The Administrative Law Judge granted the Board’s Motion for Summary Decision reasoning that if a parent of a child with a disability wants a school district to provide services, the parent must allow the evaluations to take place.

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