What is an IEP?
An IEP is an Individualized Education Plan. It is a document that allows teachers, parents, school administrators, and related service personnel to work together to improve educational results for students with disabilities.
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Special Education Resources
Autism Society South Carolina: Parent School Partnership Program
Edutopia.org: IEP - Students Benefit When We Collaborate
Family Connection SC: Special Education Resources
Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE)
IDEA 2004 Model Forms: Parent’s Rights - Procedural Safeguards Notice
Individual with Disabilities Education ACT (IDEA)
National Association of Special Education Teachers: Measurable Goals
OAR: Navigating the Special Education System
ParentCenterHub.org: Considering LRE in Placement Decisions
ParentCenterHub.org: Present Levels
ParentCenterHub.org: Specifying Related Services in the IEP
ParentCenterHub.org: Supports, Modification, & Accommodations
ParentCenterHub.org: The Definition of “Consent”
SC Department of Education Office of Special Education Services (OSES)
SC Department of Education School Directory
SC Department of Education: Dispute Resolution Information
SC Department of Education: Districts & Schools, Educators, etc.
SC Department of Education: Due Process
SC Department of Education: Early Childhood Initiatives- Child Find
SC Department of Education: Facilitated IEP Team Meeting (FIEP)
SC Department of Education: Mediation Additional Resources
SC Department of Education: State Complaint
Scholastic Parents: A Step-By-Step Guide to the IEP Process
SpecialEducationAction.com: Progress Reports
The Arc@School: Individualized Education Programs
The Arc@School: Post-Secondary Education
The Arc@School: Special Education Services
The Arc@School: Transition Planning for Students
The Autism Society: IEP Information
The Autism Society: Making Informed Decisions
The IRIS center: What is the IEP Process?
The Parent Guide to Special Education Services in South Carolina
UnderstandingSpecialEducation.com: Understanding IEP Law
Understood.org: 6 Tips to Make Sure Your Child’s IEP is Implemented
Understood.org: Common Accommodations & Modifications in School
Understood.org: How Will I Know if the Accommodations are Working?
Understood.org: IEP Binder Checklist
Understood.org: My Child’s IEP Doesn’t Seem to be Working. Now What?
Understood.org: Playing a Role in the IEP Process
Understood.org: The 13 Disability Categories Under IDEA
US Department of Education: A Guide to the IEP
Wrightslaw: IEP FAQs- What Should be the “Effective Date”?
Wrightslaw: Independent Education Evaluations (IEE)
Youtube.com: IEP Binder: How to Assemble & Organize
Youtube.com: Overview of the Transition Planning Process