Terms and Definitions: Procedural Safeguards Notice
Procedural Safeguards Notice is a document that the school must provide at least once a year, when requested by parents, when a complaint is filed, or when an initial evaluation is being done. It explains all the procedural rights that parents have. Failure to provide it is a procedural violation of IDEA and may be significant.
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