FYI: IEP Pop-Ups & Checklists

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It’s IEP season.  Do you have questions about IEPs?

Time to learn, or review, what the law really says. (Hint: This may be different from what you have been told!)

Let these Pop-Ups and Checklists help you stress less during this IEP season!

IEP Checklist: Is Your Child’s IEP Individualized? What Does it Take? When you answer the questions on this IEP Checklist, you will know if your child’s IEP is individualized, as the law requires.

Developing Your Child’s IEP. Click on the pop-up box to learn about IDEA requirements, see answers to your questions, find federal law or regulations that support these answers, and a list of additional resources.

Special Factors in IEPs. Find what special factors need to be considered by the IEP team, how the IEP must address these factors, and learn what the federal law and regulations require.

Resolving IEP Disputes. Click on the pop-up box to learn strategies to resolve disagreements, steps to take if you disagree with the school, and options you have if unable to resolve disputes.

Get More Checklists from Wrightslaw: All About IEPs

Wrightslaw: All About IEPsChapter 4: Present Levels Statements Checklist & Measurable IEP Goals Checklist

Chapter 6: IEP Progress Reports Checklist & Participation in Assessments Checklist

Chapter 7: Special Factors Checklists

  • Limited English Proficiency (LEP)
  • Visual Impairment
  • Communication & Language Needs

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Philip

I just had an IEP for my son and I was told that he is dyslexic. The disturbing thing was they told me there was no one qualified in the district to help him with this problem. I was also told that there are places I could pay a specialist to work with him. I have five children and do not have money to do that I thought he was supposed to get a fair free education. Is it true that they do not have to provide him with a specialist for dyslexia and that I have to pay for it out-of-pocket?