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Archived Information

Special Education

Dispute Resolutions FY01-FY04

Data as of 10/12/04

July 2000-
June 2001
July 2001-
June 2002
July 2002 -
June 2003
July 2003-
June 2004
Telephone and written Special Education intakes 952
(67% of all intakes and a 51% increase over FY00)
1089
(70% of all intakes and a 14% increase over FY01)
803
(67% of all intakes and 26% decrease from FY02)
806
(66% of all intakes and 0% increase from FY03)
Special education intakes that were followed by signed complaints (rather than just telephone assistance) 514
(54% of all special education intakes)
542
(50% of all special education intakes)
398
(50% of all special education intakes)
432
(54% of all special education intakes)
Investigations of all signed special education complaints resulting in a finding of compliance 92
(25% of all special education investigations)
82
(16% of all special education investigations)
59
(25% of all special education investigations)
57
(20% of all special education investigations)
Investigations of all signed special education complaints resulting in a finding of noncompliance 274
(75% of all special education investigations)
289
(55% of all special education investigations)
165
(71% of all special education investigations)
203
(70% of all special education investigations)
Signed special education complaints that resulted in an inactive status due to pending BSEA proceedings on the same issue(s) 37
(7% of all signed special education complaints)
47
(9% of all signed special education complaints)
27
(7% of all signed special education complaints)
32
(7% of all signed special education complaints)
Signed special education complaints that resulted in a withdrawal by the complainant (i.e., closed at complainant's request) 60
(12% of all signed special education complaints)
71
(13% of all signed special education complaints)
56
(14% of all signed special education complaints)
38
(9% of all signed special education complaints)


Last Updated: April 1, 2005
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