A written statement that is developed by the IEP team and translates evaluation information into a practical plan for specially designed instruction and delivery of services.
The plan written by the IEP team (including parents) that specifically describes the programs and services necessary for a free appropriate public education for the child with a disability.
A written educational plan for a student receiving special education services. The provisions of IDEA require that every child with a disability has his or her own IEP which includes statements of present level of functioning, annual goals, short term instructional objectives, specific educational services needed, dates of service, participation in regular education programs, and procedures for evaluating the child's progress on the IEP. The IEP must be signed by the child's parents/legal guardians and the educational personnel working with the child.
A federally mandated written individual plan of services for all children with disabilities who qualify for special education. It is developed jointly by parents and school personnel.
An educational program that is personally tailored. IEP was developed as a component of federal legislation on behalf of children who have learning disabilities.
is an education plan tailored to meet the needs of your child that lists the special education and related services your child needs to receive an appropriate education.
Written plan of instruction, including evaluation procedures, developed for each student receiving special education
A written individualized education plan for each special education student that includes instructional goals and objectives based upon the educational needs specified by the IEP team.
An IEP is an educational plan developed with the child's family to address concern, document present levels of performance, and provide appropriate educational programming and related services. The plan will describe what the family or child's concerns are what plan of action will be taken, how, and who is responsible for providing special education and other related services.(children, toward them, deficient/needs, paper, for them, written plan, following it, with them, work/service provided)
An individualized education program (IEP) is a written statement for a child with a disability that is developed, reviewed and revised in a meeting in accordance with IDEA regulations.
A plan outlining special education and related services specifically designed to meet the unique educational needs of a student with a disability.
An IEP is a written statement of the special education and related services that an exceptional child needs in order to be educated appropriately. The IEP must describe any modifications that will be needed to the child's regular education classes. A school district must provide for all programs and services contained in an approved IEP.
A written plan of instruction required by the [U.S.] Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) for every school-age individual receiving special education. The plan must include a statements of the individual's strengths and weaknesses, long-term and short-term goals and objectives, and all special services required. ( California Dept. of Education, 1994)
A written educational program for each child with a disability that is developed, reviewed, and revised in accordance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
IDEA requires that each child with a disability receive special education services in accordance with an IEP. It is written by a team consisting of the child’s parents, teachers, and other professionals who have knowledge of the child and expertise in the child’s area(s) of special needs.
a written education plan, mandated by law, for a school-aged child with disabilities developed by a team of professionals (teacher, therapists, etc.) and the child's parents that defines a child's disability, states current levels of educational performance, describes the child's learning and educational needs, what services the child will need, and specifies annual goals and short-term objectives. It is reviewed and updated yearly. (For children ages birth through 2 years, the IFSP is used.)
A program developed for each student who qualifies for special education services that identifies the educational goals and objectives of the special education student and determines the services and placement environment required to achieve these goals.
The annually written record of an eligible individual's special education and related services. The IEP describes the unique educational needs of the student and the manner in which those educational needs will be met.
A written plan of educational goals and objectives for a student. This plan is reviewed and rewritten each year. .
A written plan for each student in special education describing the student's present levels of performance, annual goals including short-term objectives, specific special education and related services, dates for beginning and duration of services, and how the IEP will be evaluated.
A written plan for every student receiving special education services that contains information such as the student's special learning needs and the specific special education services required for the student. The document is periodically reviewed and revised.
A written plan, which describes the specialized educational program and services to be provided to meet the unique educational needs of a pupil with a disability. It includes the educational goals and objectives of the special education needed.
(IEP) A written educational plan developed for each school-aged student eligible for special education.
The term 'individualized education program' or 'IEP' means a written statement for each child with a disability that is developed, reviewed, and revised in accordance IDEA, Section 602(11).
A written program, revised annually, that establishes educational goals and evaluation procedures for each student in special education
A program generally created for each public school student who receives special education and related services. It specifies any accommodations needed in order for the student to participate in standardized tests such as NAEP.
Acronym for Individualized Education Program mandated by IDEA; a plan that is developed for a student enrolled in a special education program by a team of professional educators, the child's parents, and, when appropriate, the child. The IEP must include a statement of the student's present levels of educational performance, annual goals, short-term objectives, specific services needed by the student (including assistive technology services or devices), dates when those services will begin and be in effect, and when the student should be reevaluated.
( IEP) The term Individualized Education Program or IEP means a written statement for a child with a disability that is developed, reviewed, and revised in a meeting in accordance with (Federal Regulations) §§300.341-300.350(Authority:20 U.S.C. 1401(11),1412(a)(10)(B)) On The Web: Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS)
A written document that describes the educational plan for a student with a disability. ( 4-20)
A program written and developed by families and professionals (IEP Team). The IEP details the specific program and services a child will receive. IEPs are implemented to provide specially-designed instruction for children with disabilities; eligible children may have IEPs from three years old until they are 21.
Written document required by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act for every child with a disability; includes statements of present performance, annual goals, short-term instructional objectives, specific educational services needed, relevant dates, regular education program participation, and evaluation procedures; must be created by parents as well as educational personnel.
A document describing the agreed-upon services a school will provide to a child with a disability (ages 3-21).
IEP: An individually designed and written education plan for a child with a disability who qualifies for special education and related services under IDEA.
a written education plan for a school aged child with disabilities developed by a team of professionals (teachers, therapists, etc.) and the child's parents; it is reviewed and updated yearly and describes how the child is presently doing, what the child's learning needs are, and what services the child will need; (For children ages birth through 2 years, the IFSP is used.) ndividualized Family Service Plan (IFSP): a written statement for an infant or toddler (ages birth through 2 years old) developed by a team of people who have worked with the child and the family; the IFSP must describe the child's development levels; family information; major outcomes expected to be achieved for the child and family; the services the child will be receiving; when and where the child will receive these services; and the steps to be taken to support the transition of the child to another program; the IFSP will also list the name of the service coordinator assigned to the child and his/her family.
An "individualized educational program" is a document that must be created for each student with a qualifying disability attending public school, as mandated by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. The IEP specifies the special education and related services that a child with a disability will receive. Produced and periodically reviewed and revised in a meeting with an IEP team, the IEP is intended to provide both long-term and short-term goals and establish the educational placement and necessary supplementary aids. The required contributors and components of the document are specified by IDEA.
a written plan, specifying instructional goals and any special education and related services a student may need, which must be written and reviewed annually. Included are (1) the present educational levels of the student; (2) a statement of annual goals, including short-term objectives; (3) a statement of specific services, if needed; (4) the programs; (5) the date when special services are to begin and the expected duration of these services; and (6) the tests and other requirements or information used to gauge the student's progress to determine if the instructional objectives are being met.
A program designed for students covered by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
is a legal document designed by a team of educators, specialists, and the childâ€(tm)s parent(s)/guardian(s) that outlines the childâ€(tm)s learning/behavioral goals and objectives. This document must be updated at least every 12 months; however, an IEP team meeting can be called by any member of the team at anytime. The IEP includes a description of the childâ€(tm)s present level of educational performance and identifies annual goals and objectives along with methods for assessing progress toward goals and objectives. In addition, the IEP includes any necessary supports, accommodations, adaptations, and/or related services.
A written statement, as defined in 20 United States Code sections 1401 and 1412, for providing special education services to a child with a disability that includes the pupil's present levels of educational performance, the measurable annual goals and short-term objectives or benchmarks for evaluating progress toward those goals and the specific special education and related services to be provided. (A.R.S. §15-761)
a written statement for each child with a disability that is developed, reviewed, and revised in accordance with IDEA; includes the student's present levels of performance, annual goals, short-term objectives, specific special education and related services, date of start of services, duration of services, and an evaluation and notification process
A written plan for the provision of appropriate early intervention services to an eligible young child, including services to enable the family to enhance their child's development. It is based on and responsive to the evaluation. The IEP identifies the child's educational levels, learning strengths and needs, annual goals and objectives, specially designed instruction and the special education and related services necessary to support the child's learning and development.
Written document, for a student with disabilities, that is developed and implemented to meet unique educational needs.
The written plan that describes a child's special education goals, as well as what services the local education agency has agreed to provide, in what setting.
In the USA, an Individualized Education Program, commonly referred to as an Individual Education Plan, (IEP) is a mandated requirement of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Many other countries also have Individual Education Plans, which will have slightly different characteristics than those described in this article. An IEP is required for any pupil in the public schools who is found to meet the federal or state requirements for special education and related services.