Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) (What's in it? (projected…
Individualized Education Programs (IEPs)
Who gets one?
students with disabilities
What's in it?
present levels of achievement and performance
Special education services and the like
extent if any in which student will not participate with nondisabled students
projected date for services to start
Why Write it?
to state services the school district will provide for the child
to set reasonable learning goals for a child
Who is on the team?
The child (when appropriate)
Regular Education teacher
Special education teacher
Public Agency representative
Someone to interpret results
Others with expertise about the child
Ten steps in special
Eligibility is Decided
Child is found eligible for services
IEP meeting is scheduled
Meeting is held and IEP is written
Evaluate the Student
Answer these questions:
does the child need services?
what re their specific educational needs?
what services are appropriate to address those needs?
Progress is measured when reported to parents
Identify the student
Referral for evaluation
Get parental consent
IEP services are provided
Child is reevaluated every 3 years
IEP is reviewed