- A private school official shall have the right to submit a complaint to the State educational agency that the local educational agency did not engage in consultation that was meaningful and timely, or did not give due consideration to the views of the private school official.
- If the private school official wishes to submit a complaint, the official shall provide the basis of the noncompliance with this subparagraph by the local educational agency to the State educational agency, and the local educational agency shall forward the appropriate documentation to the State educational agency. If the private school official is dissatisfied with the decision of the State educational agency, such official may submit a complaint to the Secretary by providing the basis of the noncompliance with this subparagraph by the local educational agency to the Secretary, and the State educational agency shall forward the appropriate documentation to the Secretary.
(I) In general
(vi) Provision of equitable services
- The provision of services pursuant to this subparagraph shall be provided—
- (aa) by employees of a public agency; or
- (bb) through contract by the public agency with an individual, association, agency, organization, or other entity.
- Special education and related services provided to parentally placed private school children with disabilities, including materials and equipment, shall be secular, neutral, and nonideological.
(I) Directly or through contracts
(II) Secular, neutral, nonideological
(vii) Public control of funds
Last modified on November 7, 2019