Office of Administrative Hearing October 2017 granting stay put to student on an IEP
"SB 277 was originally introduced on February 9, 2015, and it contained no language
concerning children with IEP’s."
"The Legislative Counsel, in an analysis of SB 277 dated June 11, 2015, on page 14 stated “Special education students must have access to services,” as the rationale for subdivision (h). The IDEA is federal law that obligates states to educate all students, including those with a disability. Children who qualify for special education pursuant to the IDEA are given IEP’s. A plain reading of subdivision (h) reveals that a school district is obligated to provide any student with an IEP, placement and services as specified in the IEP, and this, in effect creates an exemption from vaccination for these children."2017090407 Order Granting Stay Put.pdf
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