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Summary of Performance (SOP) Quiz

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Question 1
A Summary of Performance (SOP) is not required by IDEA, but is recommended by US Department of Education as a best practice for transitioning students.
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True
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False
Question 2
Your child, the student, does not have any input into the Summary.  Teachers and school administrators only provide information for the SOP.
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True
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False
Question 3
If your child exceeds the age of eligibility for special education and does not graduate, the school is not required to complete a Summary of Performance.
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True
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False
Question 4
SOP requirements vary by state.  Be sure to check your state guidelines to see what your state requires.
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True
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False
Question 5
Creating the Summary of Performance is part of the transition IEP process. However, the SOP in not part of the actual IEP. It should be a separate document.
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True
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False
Question 6
The SOP should be a summary of your child’s academic achievement and functional performance only. The SOP does not list goals or include recommendations for meeting goals.
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True
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False
Question 7
If your child is transitioning to higher education, the SOP may be necessary as he applies for college.
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True
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False
Question 8
Test and assessment results for transition are part of the required transition process, but are not included in the SOP information.
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True
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False
Question 9
If your child will transition to a state vocational rehabilitation agency and not further education, no information in the SOP is necessary.
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True
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False
Question 10
Information in the Summary may help establish eligibility for reasonable accommodations and supports for your child in post-secondary settings.
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True
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False
Question 11
If the SOP shows your child qualified for special education accommodations in high school, he will automatically qualify for accommodations and services in the post-secondary setting (i.e., college or employment.)
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True
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False
Question 12
The Summary should include information about your child’s need for or use of assistive technology.
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True
B
False
Question 13
The SOP is a paperwork form that should not be created until the last month of school, just before the student transitions.
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True
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False
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Chuck

Quiz is very comprehensive & covers key points that parents & educators need to know. Please share with others. Great work, Wrightslaw!!

maria

I just tried to take the test prior to reading the lectures.

Cheryl

This is an excellent assessment quiz and an excellent resource regarding the SOP position in the IEP process and post-secondary arenas.