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the due process complaint;

(ii) A description of other options that the IFSP Team considered and the reasons why those options were rejected;

(iii) A description of each evaluation procedure, assessment, record, or report the lead agency or EIS provider used as the basis for the proposed or refused action; and

(iv) A description of the other factors that are

relevant to the agency’s or EIS provider’s proposed or

refused action.

(2) A response by the lead agency under paragraph (e) (1) of this section does not preclude the lead agency from

asserting that the parent’s due process complaint was

insufficient, where appropriate.

(f) Other party response to a due process complaint. Except as provided in paragraph (e) of this section, the party receiving a due process complaint must, within 10 days of receiving the due process complaint, send to the other party a response that specifically addresses the issues raised in the due process complaint.

(Authority: 20 U.S.C. 1415(b)(7), 1415(c)(2), 1439)

§303.442 Resolution process.

(a) Resolution meeting. (1) Within 15 days of