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Written by legal and education experts and aligned with the reauthorization of IDEA 2004, this practical resource provides a step-by-step plan for creating, writing, and evaluating IEPs.
Table of Contents
|About the Authors||p. xi|
|Foundational Issues in Individualized Education Programs (IEPs)||p. 3|
|Purpose of an IEP||p. 4|
|13 Principles of IEP Collaboration||p. 6|
|IEP Preparation||p. 13|
|Preparation Before the IEP Meeting||p. 13|
|Setting Up the IEP Meeting||p. 14|
|Giving Notice of an IEP Meeting||p. 15|
|When an IEP Meeting Must Be Convened||p. 16|
|Helping Students Prepare||p. 17|
|Characteristics of an Effective IEP Team Meeting||p. 18|
|IEP Participants||p. 21|
|IEP Team Members-Roles and Responsibilities||p. 21|
|Excusal of Team Members||p. 31|
|Questions and Answers About Other IEP Team-Related Topics||p. 32|
|IEP Team Meetings||p. 35|
|The Team Process||p. 35|
|During the Meeting-Focused but Flexible||p. 36|
|Guidelines for Running the IEP Meeting||p. 37|
|Step-by-Step Development of the IEP||p. 41|
|Formulate a Statement of the Student's Present Level of Academic Achievement of Functional Performance||p. 41|
|Determine the Four Need Areas||p. 44|
|Consideration of Special Factors||p. 49|
|Determination of Measurable Annual Goals (Including Academic and Functional Goals)||p. 56|
|Reporting Progress Toward the Annual Goals to Parents||p. 70|
|Determine the Extent to Which the Student Will Not Be Able to Participate in General Education Programs (LRE Explanation)||p. 72|
|Determine Placement Options||p. 75|
|Determine Related Services||p. 80|
|Determine Program Modifications, Accommodations, Supplementary Aids, and Services||p. 84|
|Determine the Need for Assistive Technology Devices and Services||p. 106|
|Determine the Supports for School Personnel on Behalf of the Student||p. 110|
|Determine the Ability of a Student to Participate in State and District Assessments||p. 111|
|Determine Extended School Year (ESY) Services||p. 113|
|A Statement of Secondary Transition Service Needs and Needed Transition Services for Students||p. 119|
|Develop a Statement of Transfer of Parental Rights to the Student Upon Reaching the Age of Majority||p. 128|
|Annual Review and Revision of the IEP||p. 128|
|Recommendations Upon Declassification||p. 132|
|Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004-Section on IEPs (Enrolled as Agreed to or Passed by Both House and Senate)||p. 135|
|References and Suggested Readings||p. 155|
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