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The Special Education Partnership for the Amicable Resolution of Conflict (SPARC) is a statewide special education dispute-resolution program that supports families and schools to work collaboratively to address the educational needs of exceptional children. SPARC services are ideal for managing disputes related to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), such as the placement, services, evaluation, or classification of a student.
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What's the difference between special education mediation and IEP meeting facilitation? While both foster a collaborative environment for constructive dialogue, each program offers its own decision-making pathway.
SPARC services are built on respect and self-determination, which nurture the family-school partnership. We help all parties work together in a positive way to resolve disputes. We offer two services that create conditions for constructive dialogue and collaborative decision-making:
A voice in discussions and decisions
Confidential and impartial assistance
Facilitated, open dialogue and problem-solving
Participating in SPARC services may not be used to delay or deny the right to a due process hearing or any other rights afforded to parents under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
For more information about SPARC services offered through the Conflict Resolution Program, contact Kathy Murphy or Jessica Velez.