34 CFR 222.108 - What actions must be taken upon receipt of a complaint?

§ 222.108 What actions must be taken upon receipt of a complaint?
Within 10 working days of receipt of a complaint, the Secretary or his designee—
(a) Designates a hearing examiner to conduct a hearing;
(b) Designates a time for the hearing that is no more than 30 days after the designation of a hearing examiner;
(c) Designates a place for the hearing that, to the extent possible, is—
(1) Near the LEA; or
(2) At another location convenient to the tribe and the LEA, if it is determined that there is good cause to designate another location;
(d) Notifies the tribe and the LEA of the time, place, and nature of the hearing; and
(e) Transmits copies of the complaint to the LEA and the affected tribe or tribes.
(Authority: 20 U.S.C. 7704(e))

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