State Advisory Panel
Note: Letters issued prior to December 3, 2004, may not be consistent with the IDEA, as revised by P.L. 108-446. Letters issued prior to August 14, 2006 may not be consistent with the final regulations for Part B published on that date at 71 Federal Register 46540. Readers are advised to consult with the current statute and final regulations.
- whether the parent of a child with a disability may serve on the State Advisory Panel (SAP) if he or she resides in another state, and
- whether the state would be responsible for paying for the parent’s transportation costs if he or she served on the SAP.
Letter to John D. Copenhaver
February 9, 2016
TOPIC: State Advisory Panel
Letter regarding whether a parent of a child who has been identified as having a disability under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (hereafter, Section 504) may serve on the state advisory panel as a parent representative of the advisory panel required under the IDEA.