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Standards-Based Individualized Education Programs (audio)

about learning disabilities–students with disabilitiesThis podcast features Dr. Margaret McLaughlin, Professor in the Department of Special Education and Associate Director of the Institute for the Study of Exceptional Children and Youth, University of Maryland and Laura Kaloi, NCLD's public policy advisor.

Dr. McLaughlin discusses the basics of Standards-Based Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), what they are, why they're important to parents, students, and schools, and how they differ from traditional IEPs.

It's important to note that use of standards-based IEPs is an emerging practice and one NCLD believes is the right approach for students with LD. However, states vary as to its implementation.

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