Whether you’re working with your child’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) team to develop her very first IEP or you’re reviewing her existing IEP, you’ll want to make sure every detail and concern is addressed. Use this comprehensive checklist to determine if your child’s IEP contains all of the components required by IDEA. Remember to provide your input to the school in advance of your child’s IEP meeting.
Keep this document in a folder or notebook so you can refer to it throughout the school year and before each IEP Meeting.
Download your FREE copy of the IEP Checklist for Parents (PDF).
From NCLD’s Chapter 7: Individualized Education Program (IEP).
Candace Cortiella is Director of The Advocacy Institute, a nonprofit focused on improving the lives of people with disabilities through public policy and other initiatives. The mother of a young adult with learning disabilities, she lives in the Washington, D.C., area.