The Parents’ Place of Maryland When will your child’s IEP be developed? When should updated evaluations of your child be conducted? Find answers to your questions about the timeline of the IEP process using PPMD’s Maryland IEP Timeline.
by MSDE DEI/SES January 12, 2021 These printable resources provide tips and information for before, during, and after a virtual IEP meeting. They can be helpful whether you are new or experienced with the IEP process. Fast Facts for Virtual IEPs Before the Virtual IEP Meeting During the Virtual IEP Meeting After the Virtual IEP…
Understood.com If your child has an IEP, you’re probably familiar with the school evaluation process. The evaluation results help determine whether your child was eligible for special education. They also shape the goals in his IEP.
Individualized Education Program (IEP) Progress Reports: How will you know if your child is making progress on IEP goals?
Why is making progress important? Making appropriate progress on IEP goals is the key to meaningful special education.
Improving Outcomes for Students with Disabilities: Consideration and Documentation of Assistive Technology Delivery
MSDE Technical Assistance Bulletin November 2019 The focus of this technical assistance bulletin is to provide guidance to local school systems for the use and documentation of assistive technology
Improving Outcomes for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities: Eligibility, Instruction, and Assessment
MSDE Technical Assistance Bulletin November 2019 The purpose of this technical assistance bulletin is to support Individualized Education Program (IEP) teams and school leaders in determining eligibility for, and in implementing, the Alternate Education Framework.
MSDE Technical Assistance Bulletin November 2019 Students with and without disabilities are assessed on their achievement of academic content standards; student performance informs instruction which is aligned with the core curriculum
From Understood Navigating your child’s IEP can be tricky. These printable downloads from Understood can help make the process easier. Use them to monitor your child’s progress, track communications with the school, and more.
By Terri Mauro Both a 504 plan and an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) involve special education accommodations, but do you know how these two plans differ from each other? Learn the differences and similarities between the two with this review of how a 504 plan lines up with an IEP.