DEFINITION: Case Conference Committee (CCC) – The case conference committee (CCC) is the group of people including the parent(s) and school personnel, who share the responsibility of making educational decisions for a student with a suspected or identified disability. In the CCC meeting the parent(s) is an equal partner with the representative of the school. In the case where the student with a disability has attained adult legal status, the student will act on his/her own behalf thus assuming all of the functions and rights given to the parent(s). The CCC must include: • A representative of the school (sometimes referred to as the public agency representative or PAR) who: o Knows about the school’s resources and has the authority to commit or expend them, o Knows about the general education curriculum, and o Can provide or supervise the provision of specially designed instruction to meet the unique needs of students with disabilities; • The student’s teacher of record (T
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