Developmental Disabilities


A Closer Look at the IEP

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Clearly, the IEP is a very important document for children with disabilities and for those who are involved in educating them. Done correctly, the IEP should improve teaching, learning and results. Each child's IEP describes, among other things, the educational program that has been designed to meet that child's unique needs. This part of the guide looks closely at how the IEP is written and by whom, and what information it must, at a minimum, contain.


Contents of an IEP

Introduction of an IEP

Basic Special Education Process Under IDEA


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