IEP 504

IEP 504

I.E.P or 504 PLAN ** A guest post by Diana Prowitt **   When a child needs help educationally there are two choices, a 504 Plan and an IEP.  Both can provide accommodations and supports but the only one allows for special education services and specialized...
IEP 101

IEP 101

When you first learn about Individualized Education Plans or IEPs, they can seem very overwhelming and stressful.  However, like most scary things, the more you learn about what they are, why people have them, and what they look like, IEPs get a little less scary, and...
A Parent’s Guide to IEP Meetings

A Parent’s Guide to IEP Meetings

A Parent’s Guide to IEP Meetings There is no way to deny it, IEP meetings are stressful and hard for any parent. I know professionals who go into meetings as advocates for other families regularly but still struggle with attending an IEP meeting for their own...
Your IEP Questions Answered

Your IEP Questions Answered

What is an IEP? An IEP is an Individualized Education Plan, and it is developed for students with special needs.  It is a document that summarizes their needs and how their program has been individualized to meet their needs.  It includes the student’s goals,...
IEP: Accommodations and Modifications

IEP: Accommodations and Modifications

An Individualized Education Plan (IEP) is a collaborative process that is used to identify any differences made to a student with special needs’ curriculum including differences in instructional strategies or in the way their learning will be assessed.  It is...
IEP: Goals and Objectives

IEP: Goals and Objectives

Goals and Objectives An Individualized Education Plan (IEP) is a collaborative process that is used to identify educational goals and objectives that are appropriate for a student with special needs.  It is important that students, parents and educators understand...
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