This guide to the Individualized Education Plan, or IEP, provides information for educators, parents and student advocates. Special education and regular education teachers will find valuable information on how to write effective and appropriate IEP goals and objectives that will meet the needs of students with disabilities. Parents can also find helpful information on what exactly an Individualized Education plan is, why their child needs one and how to prepare for the meeting where the plan will be discussed and finalized. In addition, both teachers and parents will find useful information on strategies that can be used to help struggling students, as well as articles on transition plans. Would you like to learn how write effective goals and objectives for your students? IEP’s have many components, I’m sure there is something new you will learn from this guide.
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