Individual Education Plan (IEP) Agenda Introductions Purpose of

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Individual Education Plan (IEP) Agenda

1.

Introductions

2.

3.

Purpose of meeting

Ground rules

4.

5.

Review of Parent rights / Procedural safeguards/ Community Advisory Committee (CAC) information

What are the student’s strengths:

6.

What are the parent’s concerns:

7.

8.

Review of possible reports and present levels of performance

Parent’s report

Academic (reading, math, written language)

Health and development

Speech and Language

Cognitive

Social emotional

Behavioral

Others

Eligibility

9.

Individual Transition Plan (for student’s 16 years or older)

10.

Goals and objectives:

Review progress on annual goals and develop new goals.

How will parents be kept informed of student’s progress?

11.

Determine appropriate services and placement:

Least Restrictive Environment(LRE)

Accommodations/Modifications

District & Statewide Assessments

Assistive Technology

Services/Placement-programs& coordination of services

Related Services

12.

Local Education Agency (LEA) offer of Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE)

13.

Signatures:

Review IEP with Parents

Parent concerns were addressed

Team members sign

If there is dissent, written comments or a statement of disagreement will be attached and agreed on portions of IEP will be signed within 48 hours. New meeting scheduled within 30 days to discuss portions not agreed upon.

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