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      Individualized Education Program (IEP)
      Summary, Process and Practical Tips

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      Table of Contents
      IEP Summary
      What is an IEP? What are the basic requirements for an IEP?
      What is the process and timeline for developing an IEP for your child?
      How can you be an effective participant in developing and managing your child’s IEP?
      What resources are available to help you navigate the IEP process?
      What can you do if you disagree with the IEP developed for your child or your child’s eligibility determination?
      What can you do if you believe that the school district has not complied with its legal obligations to develop and administer your child’s IEP?

      IEP Timeline
      Request an Evaluation
      Prepare for an Evaluation
      The Evaluation
      Prepare for Initial IEP Meeting
      Initial IEP Meeting
      Review and Modify IEP
      Monitor IEP
      Annual IEP Meeting/Update
      Periodic Re-Evaluation
      Dispute IEP
      Questions to Consider When Developing Your Child’s Draft IEP
      Sample Request for Information Letter
      Sample Request for Special Education Eligibility Letter
      Helpful Websites


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