IEP Planning Worksheet
IEP Planning Worksheet are a tool that can be use to help educators and parents plan an individualized education program for a student. The worksheet was designed to help educators and parents determine the specific needs of the student and to create a program that meets those needs.
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What is an IEP?
An IEP, or individualized education plan, is a document that outlines the specific educational goals and accommodations for a student with special needs.
Who creates an IEP?
An IEP is created by a team of professionals and the student's parents or guardians. The team typically includes the student's teachers, school administrator, and other specialists such as a speech therapist or counselor.
What should be included in an IEP?
An IEP should include the student's current academic level, specific goals for the student to work towards, accommodations and support needed to help the student reach those goals, and a plan for measuring progress.
How often should an IEP be reviewed?
An IEP should be reviewed at least once a year to ensure that it is still meeting the student's needs and to make any necessary updates.
Can a student's IEP be changed?
Yes, a student's IEP can be changed at any time if the student's needs or goals change.
Who has the final say in a student's IEP?
The student's parents or guardians have the final say in their child's IEP.
Can a student's IEP be challenged?
Yes, a student's IEP can be challenged if the student's parents or guardians disagree with the plan or feel that it is not meeting the student's needs. In this case, the disagreement can be resolved through mediation or a due process hearing.
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