Oregon
Rule Rule 581-015-2230
Transfer Students


(1)

In state: If a child with a disability (who had an IEP that was in effect in a previous school district in Oregon) transfers to a new district in Oregon, and enrolls in a new school within the same school year, the new school district (in consultation with the child’s parents) must provide a free appropriate public education to the child (including services comparable to those described in the child’s IEP from the previous district), until the new district either:

(a)

Adopts the child’s IEP from the previous school district; or

(b)

Develops, adopts and implements a new IEP for the child.

(2)

Out of state: If a child with a disability (who had an IEP that was in effect in a previous school district in another state) transfers to a new district in Oregon, and enrolls in a new school within the same school year, the new school district (in consultation with the child’s parents) must provide a free appropriate public education to the child (including services comparable to those described in the child’s IEP from the previous district), until the new district:

(a)

Conducts an initial evaluation (if determined necessary by the new district); and

(b)

Develops, adopts and implements a new IEP, if appropriate, that meets applicable requirements.
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