Oregon
Rule Rule 581-015-2430
Removal to an Interim Alternative Educational Setting by Administrative Law Judge (Injurious Behavior)


(1)

“Injurious behavior” means behavior that is substantially likely to result in injury to the child or to others.

(2)

School districts may request an expedited due process hearing under OAR 581-015-2445 (Expedited Due Process Hearings) to obtain an order from an administrative law judge to order a change in placement of the child to an interim alternative educational setting for not more than 45 school days for injurious behavior.

(3)

The interim alternative educational setting must meet the requirements of OAR 581-015-2435 (Requirements of an Interim Alternative Educational Setting)(2).

(4)

The procedures in subsection (2) may be repeated if the school district believes that returning the child to the original placement is substantially likely to result in injurious behavior.

(5)

Nothing in this rule precludes a school district from seeking a court order to remove a child from the child’s current educational placement to another placement if the district believes that the maintaining the child in the child’s current educational placement is substantially likely to result in injurious behavior.
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