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The Ever Changing IEP 2010

December 8, 2010 in Special Education Advisor Blog by Dennise Goldberg

Whether your child has an annual or triennial IEP, it’s a good idea to review it from top to bottom with the entire IEP team.  Believe it or not, there are always changes that need to be made.  The goals that were set in the previous grade may need to be changed because they have already been attained, the curriculum has become harder, or adequate progress has not yet been made.  As a result, a team effort between the school and yourself must be attempted to make the adjustments necessary to help your child improve on their ability to access the curriculum.  I’m bringing up this subject now because my husband and I just had our son’s annual IEP. Read the rest of this entry →

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IEP Example

September 9, 2010 in Special Education Advisor Blog by Doug Goldberg

The IEP example below is not provided in its entirety.  Sections such as present levels of performance and goals have been shortened to give you a couple of examples of what you should expect to see in each section. Read the rest of this entry →

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Sample IEP Form – U.S. Department of Education Model Form

September 8, 2010 in Special Education Advisor Blog by Doug Goldberg

The Individualized Education Program (IEP) is a written document that is developed for each eligible child with a disability. The Part B regulations specify, at 34 CFR §§300.320-300.328, the procedures that school districts must follow to develop, review, and revise the IEP for each child. The document below sets out the IEP content that those regulations require.

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