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Title 34Subtitle BChapter IPart 101


TITLE 34—Education

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS OF THE OFFICES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

CHAPTER I—OFFICE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

PART 101—PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE FOR HEARINGS UNDER PART 100 OF THIS TITLE

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Subpart A—GENERAL INFORMATION

§101.1
Scope of rules.
§101.2
Records to be public.
§101.3
Use of gender and number.
§101.4
Suspension of rules.
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Subpart B—APPEARANCE AND PRACTICE

§101.11
Appearance.
§101.12
Authority for representation.
§101.13
Exclusion from hearing for misconduct.
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Subpart C—PARTIES

§101.21
Parties.
§101.22
Amici curiae.
§101.23
Complainants not parties.
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Subpart D—FORM, EXECUTION, SERVICE AND FILING OF DOCUMENTS

§101.31
Form of documents to be filed.
§101.32
Signature of documents.
§101.33
Filing and service.
§101.34
Service—how made.
§101.35
Date of service.
§101.36
Certificate of service.
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Subpart E—TIME

§101.41
Computation.
§101.42
Extension of time or postponement.
§101.43
Reduction of time to file documents.
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Subpart F—PROCEEDINGS PRIOR TO HEARING

§101.51
Notice of hearing or opportunity for hearing.
§101.52
Answer to notice.
§101.53
Amendment of notice or answer.
§101.54
Request for hearing.
§101.55
Consolidation.
§101.56
Motions.
§101.57
Responses to motions and petitions.
§101.58
Disposition of motions and petitions.
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Subpart G—RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES OF PRESIDING OFFICER

§101.61
Who presides.
§101.62
Designation of hearing examiner.
§101.63
Authority of presiding officer.
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Subpart H—HEARING PROCEDURES

§101.71
Statement of position and trial briefs.
§101.72
Evidentiary purpose.
§101.73
Testimony.
§101.74
Exhibits.
§101.75
Affidavits.
§101.76
Depositions.
§101.77
Admissions as to facts and documents.
§101.78
Evidence.
§101.79
Cross-examination.
§101.80
Unsponsored written material.
§101.81
Objections.
§101.82
Exceptions to rulings of presiding officer unnecessary.
§101.83
Official notice.
§101.84
Public document items.
§101.85
Offer of proof.
§101.86
Appeals from ruling of presiding officer.
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Subpart I—THE RECORD

§101.91
Official transcript.
§101.92
Record for decision.
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Subpart J—POSTHEARING PROCEDURES, DECISIONS

§101.101
Posthearing briefs: proposed findings and conclusions.
§101.102
Decisions following hearing.
§101.103
Exceptions to initial or recommended decisions.
§101.104
Final decisions.
§101.105
Oral argument to the reviewing authority.
§101.106
Review by the Secretary.
§101.107
Service on amici curiae.
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Subpart K—JUDICIAL STANDARDS OF PRACTICE

§101.111
Conduct.
§101.112
Improper conduct.
§101.113
Ex parte communications.
§101.114
Expeditious treatment.
§101.115
Matters not prohibited.
§101.116
Filing of ex parte communications.
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Subpart L—POSTTERMINATION PROCEEDINGS

§101.121
Posttermination proceedings.
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Subpart M—DEFINITIONS

§101.131
Definitions.


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