IEP Checklist
Is Your Child's IEP Really Individualized?

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Circulation: 91,148
ISSN: 1538-320
April 16, 2013

IEP checklistWhat's the "I" in IEP? IEPs must be Individualized to the unique needs of each child with a disability. That means your child's IEP should be tailored to his specific needs.

In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate, you will get an IEP checklist to help you make sure your child's education plan is individualized. Learn what specific information IDEA requires in the IEP.

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Individualized IEPs: What Does it Take?

Wondering if your child's IEP is really specific to his unique needs?

When you answer the questions on this IEP Checklist, you will know if your child's IEP is individualized, as the law requires.

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Who's on the Team?

Schools must do all they can to ensure that parents participate in the IEP process.

You know your child so very well and the school needs to know your insights and concerns. Here's how to Add Parent Input to the IEP.


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Get it Together for Your Next IEP Meeting

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The Wright Tote IEP Kit with books is on-the-go storage and organization of your child's records, special education file, and IEP notes - all in one place! The IEP Kit includes all this...

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Services in the IEP: Specific & Individualized

Your child's IEP must include specific information about the services he will receive.

Download the Model IEP Form from the US Department of Education that requires the projected beginning date, frequency, location, and duration of services.


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