(2018, April) | Useful to Parent Centers, educators, and parents in:
This brief comes from the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials, otherwise known as the AEM Center. It’s 17 pages long, but provides excellent guiding questions for those involved in writing a student’s IEP. It begins by answering such basics as:
The brief looks at key parts of the IEP where AEM-information can be and needs to be inserted, given the student’s particular AEM needs. From the summary of the student’s evaluation results, to the present levels statement, to the consideration of special factors, the brief states what IDEA requires and poses pertinent questions for the team to ask. In each case, examples are given of how info could be stated in the IEP. The same approach is taken in looking at writing other sections of the IEP, such as:
Well worth reading and referring to again and again, the brief is available at:
SOURCE ARTICLE: Center for Parent Information & Resources
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