Where do you want your child to go? How do you get there? Look at your child's IEP.
Do you see goals like this: "Evan will improve in reading...increase study skills for academic success...demonstrate better writing...?"
Not good enough! Your child needs a SMART IEP that is:
A Use Action Words
R Realistic and relevant
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you will get a game plan for writing SMART IEPs. You'll learn where to start, how to write measurable goals, and how to develop an IEP that will address your child's needs.
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