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(7.22) If I think my child’s right to an education in the least restrictive environment is being denied, what can I do?

(7.22) If I think my child’s right to an education in the least restrictive environment is being denied, what can I do?

If your child’s IEP calls for a specific integrated placement (or specific amounts of integration activities) and the district is not following the IEP, you can file a compliance complaint with the CDE. If the school refuses to put integrated services or activities that you believe are appropriate into the IEP, you can ask for a due process hearing. See Chapter 6, Information on Due Process/Compliance Procedures.