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Planning Your Child's Individualized Education Program (IEP): Some Suggestions to Consider

Reprinted with permission from Families and Advocates Partnership for Education (FAPE) Coordinating Office: PACER Center, Inc., September, 2001

Before the IEP team meeting:

At the IEP team meeting:

The IEP meeting is very important. You, the school personnel, and other IEP team members attending the meeting will review and discuss information about your child to develop the IEP. It provides an excellent opportunity to ask questions and share important insights about your child, whom you know better than anyone else does. The school needs to know what your child is like at home and in the community, as well as what your child's interests and activities are.

After the IEP team meeting:

The information above is a product of the PACER Center, Inc., the coordinating office for Families and Advocates Partnership for Education (FAPE)

8161 Normandale Blvd., Minneapolis, MN 55437

952-838-9000 voice -- 952-838-1090 TTY -- 1-888-248-0822 toll-free

Website: www.fape.org 


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