Have you ever read through a student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) and felt unsure about what to focus on?
Every general education teacher will have students with IEPs in class at some point. That’s why knowing how to read and understand an IEP is so important. If you’re called on to attend an IEP meeting , you may even help create the IEP.
There are best practices for getting the most important information from an IEP. Here are five key things to be on the lookout for when you read an IEP and how they apply to your classroom.