Definitions for "Due Process"
The procedures that parents can use to disagree with the decisions of school district officials concerning special education. The parent is informed of this right by written notice, which describes the options of a pre-hearing conference, a formal hearing, and appeals.
A procedure, guaranteed by federal law, for resolving disputes regarding special education services.
the right of a citizen to protest before any government acts to deprive him or her of the rights to life, liberty or property; parents' and children's right to disagree with the plan of goals and services of an individualized education program
A process of steps where everyone is treated equally and all have a chance to speak.
When George Bush decides a terrorist gets the process that he is due. See: unlawful combatant; torture.
Consideration afforded an employee by which the employee is informed of the consequences of noncompliance with a management directive.