This page is devoted to what Virginia Hearing Officer Frank Aschmann has said and done. It will be updated to include due process decisions, due process transcripts, due process subpoenas and motions, emails, and other documents. If you have any information and/or documents about Aschmann—or other hearing officers—that you want to share, please email Special Education Action.
According to the Virginia Department of Education’s (VDOE) “Special Education Hearing Officers” document, which was revised December 2021, Aschmann was certified to hear special education cases in 1994, and his background and experience include the following:
Practicing attorney since 1988. Graduate of University of Virginia, B.A., 1982; Nova Southeastern University, J.D., 1988. Experience in employment law, small business matters, wills and estates, criminal law and juvenile cases. Virginia Supreme Court certified Guardian ad litem for children.
VDOE’s list of hearing officers states that Aschmann is with the firm Aschmann and Aschmann, which is located in Northern Virginia (209 South Alfred Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314-3638, 703-683-1142).
Due Process Transcripts:
- Case No. 19-037: February 27, 2019, Part 1; February 27, 2019, Part 2; February 28, 2019
Due Process Decisions:
Due Process Hearing Invoices:
- Case No. 20-030
Articles Published on SpecialEducationAction.com:
- Feel the Need to Include Judgement of an Advocate’s Skin Color in Your Legal Decision? You Might Be A Virginia Hearing Officer
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