Individual Education Plans
This publication provides substantial guidance regarding the legal requirements for developing a student's IEP. It is a verbatim reprinting of (a) federal regulations about IEPs, and (b) Appendix A (formerly Appendix C) to the IDEA 97, which is a series of questions and answers about federal regulations on the IEP.
This issue of Transition Summary looks closely at the definitions, mandates, and structure of transition services for youth with disabilities, as mandated within IDEA.
From Cooperative Educational Service Agency No. 7 (CESA-7), Wisconsin
This guide is intended to help students with disabilities participate in planning and writing their own Individualized Education Program (IEP). The guide tells students what an IEP is, why they need to be part of their IEP team, how to help write the IEP, and much more.
This Briefing Paper uses a question and answer format to provide guidance about special education services. It is written primarily to help parents learn, in overview fashion, about the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and how children with disabilities access special education and related services.
This page was created in an attempt to pass some of the expertise of the "more experienced" parents on to those among us who feel we can improve the educational situation for our children. This page contains links to some actual IEP's sent in by parents. The names of the children have been removed for the sake of privacy.
From Minnesota's Special Education Laws
Covers the "must haves" for an IEP meeting - From the Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center in Virginia
A comphrehensive curricula for all special populations; goals & objectives for every subject, every area; creates Individual Education Plan (IEP)