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Developing Your Child’s IEP

IEP meeting? At the IEP meeting (19) the team will develop, review, and/or revise the IEP document. You and the other team members will work to create an IEP that…

When the IEP Team Meets

…when writing an IEP. IEP teams are made up of individuals who bring different perspectives and expertise to the table. Pooling their knowledge, team members set out to craft an

Special Factors in IEP Development

…team can only determine that… …after an evaluation of the child’s reading and writing skills, needs, and appropriate reading and writing media. Such an evaluation also must include an evaluation…

Annual Goals in the IEP

…the year–again, academically and functionally? A well-written goal should be (a) positive, and (b) describe a skill that can be seen and measured. It answers the questions: “Who?. . ….

Present Levels (Component of the IEP)

and settings. The IEP team must determine what supplementary aids and services a child will need and specify them in the IEP. Program Modifications for School Personnel Also part of…

Subpart B of the Part B Regulations: State Eligibility

…aids and services determined appropriate and necessary by the child’s IEP Team, to provide nonacademic and extracurricular services and activities in the manner necessary to afford children with disabilities an

Subapartado B: Elegibilidad del Estado

…State begins no later than the child’s third birthday; and (ii) An IEP or an IFSP is in effect for the child by that date, in accordance with §300.323(b). (2)…

Transition to Adulthood

…student and the parents) develops the transition plan. The student must be invited to any IEP meeting where postsecondary goals and transition services needed to reach those goals will be…

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