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Ombudsman For Special Education

What is an Ombudsman?

An Ombudsman is a person who serves as a designated neutral party who advocates for a fair process and provides confidential, informal assistance and support to parents, guardian, advocates, educators, and students with disabilities. The Ombudsman for Special Education serves as a resource to parents in non-legal special education matters.

Learn More about the Parent Ombudsman for Special Education on the Virginia Department of Education Website.