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Circulation: 92,423
ISSN: 1538-320
October 8, 2013

question markDo you have questions about IEPs? You are not alone!

Do you know your rights and responsibilities as a member of the IEP Team when developing your child's Individualized Education Plan?

In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you will get answers to your frequently asked questions about IEPs. Learn where to find the answers in the IDEA law and regulations about IEPs.

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Can I Write on the IEP?

There is no legal or commonsense reason why a parent or any other IEP team member cannot write on a child’s IEP.

Has this happened to you? Find out how to take advantage of it!

 

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When Must the IEP Team Develop a Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP)?

IEP teams must consider behavior problems, communication problems, and other special factors.

Click on the IEP Special Factors Pop-Up for answers to questions, federal law or regulations that support these answers, and additional resources.

 

 
Wrightslaw: Special Education Law, 2nd Edition

What Does the Law Require?

  • IEP Team Attendance
  • Development of IEPs
  • Consideration of Special Factors
  • Review and Revision of IEPs

20 U.S.C. 1414(d) in Wrightslaw: Special Education Law, 2nd Edition, pp 99-104.

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What Do I Need to Know About IDEA & IEPs?

Visit the Wrightslaw IEP Page for:

  • Articles and Tips
  • Tactics and strategies
  • IEP Caselaw
  • Free publications & recommended books
 

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