To resolve a backlog of thousands of complaints from New York City families over special education services, state officials want to let people who aren’t attorneys resolve these disputes.
The state Board of Regents, which sets education policy, proposed Monday that people could become impartial hearing officers in these cases if they have a master’s degree in education, psychology or a related field, and two years of experience applying their knowledge of special education law.
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