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  • Denial of Privileges:

    the school restricts the type of activities students can engage in; due process could apply if the restricted activities directly bear on the student’s right to education; consult specific state law.

  • Due process:

    right of students and parents to receive notice of the charges and to respond to those charges. 

  • Due process hearing:

    an opportunity for parents and school personnel to meet before an impartial individual to present their arguments and positions concerning the identification, evaluation, placement, or the availability of a “free and appropriate learning environment” for a disabled student; also known as a “discipline” hearing.