An Individualized Education Program (IEP) is a document that is written specifically for a student with a disability, specifying their unique educational needs and supports. Students can influence their IEPs and the services that he or she needs to succeed.
THE BREAD AND BUTTER OF THIS SECTION:
One of the key supports for youth with disabilities in elementary and high school are individualized education programs or IEPs. IEPs provide information on a student’s supports and goals for the school year. Ideally a student will guide his or her IEP meeting prior to transition out of high school. This section provides information and activities about IEPs, running an IEP meeting, setting goals, and follow up.
This presentation discusses the importance of being involved in your IEP and how to do it.
Discusses the purpose of an IEP.
Putting the “I” in IEP
Provides information on preparing for an IEP meeting, conducting an IEP meeting, and follow up