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(i) Meet the requirements in §§303.435 through

303.438; and

(ii) Provide a means of filing a due process

complaint regarding any matter listed in §303.421(a); or

(2) The Part B due process hearing procedures under

section 615 of the Act and §§303.440 through 303.449 (with

either a 30-day or 45-day timeline for resolving due

process complaints, as provided in §303.440(c)).

(e) Status of a child during the pendency of a due process complaint. (1) During the pendency of any proceeding involving a due process complaint under paragraph (d) of this section, unless the lead agency and parents of an infant or toddler with a disability otherwise agree, the child must continue to receive the appropriate early intervention services in the setting identified in the IFSP that is consented to by the parents.

(2) If the due process complaint under paragraph (d) of this section involves an application for initial services under Part C of the Act, the child must receive those services that are not in dispute.

(Approved by Office of Management and Budget under control number 1820-0678 and 1820-NEW)

(Authority: 20 U.S.C. 1415(e), 1415(f)(1)(A), 1415(f)(3)

(A)–(D), 1439)