If you have ever been a member of an IEP team or think you will be, check out some of the helpful articles and information in this guide. IEP (Individualized Education Program) teams can consist of various people including special education and general education teachers, administrators, therapists, parents, and many others. This guide will inform you on providing accommodations to students and information on transition planning for students with special needs. There are also articles on how to plan an IEP meeting, how to share negative information with parents, and what parents can expect at an IEP meeting. If you teach or interact with children with special needs in any context, this guide is for you.
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