While there are many questions surrounding Due Process, one must be sure that they follow the correct steps in getting to this point because sometimes, a resolution could be made through the use of a facilitated IEP or a mediator.
According to ND DPI, "A due process complaint is a written document that initiates an impartial due process hearing regarding the identification, evaluation, educational placement, or the provision of a free appropriate public education (FAPE) to a child with a disability. Unlike a state complaint, only a parent or a school district may file a due process complaint"
So how do you find where to file a Due Process Complaint? You can find ND DPI's Brochure on Due Process/Resolution Hearing by clicking on the highlighted word or on DPI's website (en Español). The brochure highlights the process in which you'll need to take to request a Due Process Hearing.