The Third Circuit has held that the stay-put provision of IDEA required the school district to continue to provide certain educational benefits while the dispute as to the appropriateness of such benefits was resolved. The child in this case was a three-year old, transitioning from an Individualized Family Service Plan to an Individualized Education Program. Under the Family Service Plan, the child was getting conductive education, an educational approach for children with central nervous system disabilities. The decision in Pardini v. Allegheny Intermediate Unit can be found here.
Thanks to C.E. Petit of Scrivener's Error for advising me of this decision (which came down yesterday).