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An Advisory Council has been established to provide input, from the viewpoints of various stakeholders, on the development of policies and procedures that regulate mediation and the due process hearing system. The policies and procedures formulated by the Special Education Resolution Center, with the advice of the Council, will be presented to the Oklahoma State Department of Education as a recommendation for positive change. Membership is composed of six (6) parents, representatives from four (4) school districts, one (1) representative from the State Department of Education - Special Education Services, and one (1) mediator.
Members come from locations throughout Oklahoma. The school district membership reflects small, medium, and large districts with about half of the school district members having participated in due process and half have not. School district representatives are encouraged to work with their district as a team to represent school district views on the Council. The parents represent children having various disabilities across the school age span; some parents have participated in due process while others have not. The Council is ethnically and racially diverse.
Location: Oklahoma Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, 300 N.E. 18th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73105