Is Your Child's IEP Good to Go for Next Year?

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ISSN: 1538-320
May 28, 2013

teacher and girl student at blackboard Does your child's IEP

  • include a plan to meet ALL of her unique needs?
  • tell you exactly what the school will do to address her needs?
  • provide a way to know if her IEP is working?

In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you will learn more about the importance of developing, reviewing, and revising your child's IEP. Keep it current, keep it relevant, keep it SMART! Find the requirements for consideration of special factors.

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Did the Team Consider Special Factors in the IEP?

The IEP team is required to consider special factors that affect your child's ability to learn. Did the team address special factors during the IEP review?

Learn how the IEP must address each factor. Learn what the federal law and regulations require. Pop-Up: Special Factors in IEPs


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Is Your Child's IEP Good to Go for Next Year?

  • Did your child make progress this school year?
  • Did the school properly implement the IEP?
  • Does the IEP adequately address your child’s needs?
  • Do your child master the goals? Was mastery complete or partial?

Didn't happen? Do not let another year go by with an inappropriate IEP ... and more tips for the end of school year from Advocate Pat Howey.


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Your Goal? Get the School to the IEP Table, Not Due Process

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