The Advisory Committee is composed the Southern California Region and the Northern California Region, with nine volunteer members in each region. A minimum of five members in each region will be parents or those who represent parents and students. The four remaining members in each region are comprised of advocates, attorneys, and school employees among other interested stakeholders.
In particular, the Advisory Committee will consult with OAH in areas such as revisions to the OAH website, forms, documents, scheduling procedures, staff training, training materials, the parent procedure manual, the consumer brochure, outreach to families, and proposed revisions to laws and rules.
The Interagency Agreement between the California Department of Education and the Office of Administrative Hearings and California Education Code section 56504.5, subdivision (c)(8) requires the establishment of a voluntary Advisory Committee.
Please join us on Friday, April 10, 2015 at 10 AM – 1 PM, via webcast for our next Special Education Advisory Committee Meeting. Click to participate in the live webcast on April 10, 2015 (link for Webcast webpage). Or, join us for the meeting in person at one of these locations:
2349 Gateway Oaks, Suite 200
Sacramento, CA 95833
OAH Van Nuys
15350 Sherman Way, Suite 300
Van Nuys, CA 91406
If you have any questions, please contact Tim Dean at
(916) 263-0653 or Tim.Dean@dgs.ca.gov
Materials: (materials will be posted here as they become available)
The Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) is not currently accepting applications for the OAH Special Education Advisory Committee. The Advisory Committee was established to assist OAH by providing non-binding recommendations for improvements to the special education hearing and mediation processes.
The Advisory Committee is composed of two regions, the Southern California Region and the Northern California Region. The Committee has nine members in each region. At least five members in each region will be parents or those who represent parents and students. The four remaining members in each region will be comprised of others interested in serving on the Advisory Committee. The Committee meets twice a year.