Individualized Education Program. 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.
Individual Education Program (used for disabled students ages 3 through 21)
INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PROGRAM. 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.
Individualized Education Program. An educational program that is personally tailored. IEP was developed as a component of federal legislation on behalf of children who have learning disabilities.
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Generally each public school student who receives special education and related services should have an IEP. The IEP includes any accommodations needed in order for the student to participate in standardized tests such as NAEP.
Individualized education program, designed to address the exceptional educational needs of public school students who are eligible for special education services. illegal parking: Violation of any parking regulation established by state statute or local ordinance.
Individual Education Plans. a structured programme of incremental learning steps for identified pupil enabling them to access a mainstream curriculum. An IEP may require specialist support.
Individualized Education Program, a written statement required by law that describes components of special educaIndividualized Education Program, a written statement required by law that describes components of special education and related services for children 3-21. It is based on assessment results and developed by a team which includes the child's family.
IEP is a program within Maine's Department of Education (DOE) and is a term used for the service plan developed by the Pupil Evaluation Team (PET).
Individual educational program. a written document summarizing a student's learning program that is required for every student who qualifies for special education services. The major purposes of an IEP are to establish learning goals for an individual child, to determine services the school district must provide to meet those learning goals, and to enhance communication among parents and other professionals about a student's program.
meeting. A gathering required at least annually under IDEA in which an IEP is developed for a student receiving special education.
A plan setting out the details of the schools arrangements for meeting a child's special needs. It may specify personnel and equipment involved.
Intensive English Program. A type of English language program that usually includes 20 to 30 hours of classroom work per week.
Image Enhancement Program
Individual Educational Programs
A written document developed by a Case Conference Committee in accordance with this Rule, which contains all of the components required in 511AC 7-11-1(k).
A legal agreement composed by educational professionals, with input from the child's parents, for students identified as disabled in accordance with IDEA requirements. This agreement guides, coordinates, and documents instruction that is specially designed to meet the student's unique needs. FSP (Individualized Family Service Plan) - A written plan for providing early intervention services to a child eligible under IDEA and the child's family. The IFSP enables the family and service provider(s) to work together as equal partners in determining the early intervention services that are required for the child with disabilities and the family.
A document drawn up for every child on Stage 2 or above of the SEN Register. This specifies certain targets for the child and the strategies that the school will use to help the child to achieve those targets. It is reviewed regularly by the SENCO and, ideally, should also involve the parents.
See Individualised Educational Programme.
Individualised Educational Programme. IEPs are plans, usually written, which outline the steps to be taken to help a pupil achieve specified curricular targets. They normally apply to pupils who are receiving some form of additional support for learning beyond the ordinary classroom experience. They contain succinct statements of educational aims, and a list of goals to be attained with indications of expected timescales, approaches to learning and teaching, arrangements for assessment and recording of attainment, staff involved, resources, learning contexts, and involvement of parents. (SEED, ASN Division)
A process of assessment through which the public school system evaluates a students school problems (academic and behavioral) and makes recommendations for intervention. The term includes the meeting at which school professionals and parents gather to discuss eligibility for special services and agree on interventions.
Individualized Education Program. 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.
individualized Education Program - a provision of the IDEA law
Individualized education program. 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).
Individual Educational Plan. An IEP is a plan developed for eligible students with disabilities by a team of parents, educators, and a representative of the school district. The plan lists accommodations the student needs as well as academic goals and teaching methods.
A written statement of a child's education program relating to her disabilities.
Individualized Educational Plan.
Individualized Education Program. 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.)
Individualized Education Program. 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.
Individualized Education Program. A plan outlining special education and related services specifically designed to meet the unique educational needs of a student with a disability.
a written education plan for each student in special education developed by a team of professionals (teachers, therapists, etc.) and the child's parents
Individualized Education Program. The legally binding, annual document that describes what special education and related services your child is to receive.
Individual Education Plan
An Individualized Education Plan. Every student who is eligible for special education must have one. It is a legal document mandated by Public Law 102-119 also known as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Part B (34 CFR Parts 300 and 301 and Appendix C) or IDEA '97. Comprised of goals to be covered during the school year, it addresses academic, physical, and emotional disabilities.
Individualized Education Program. The written plan that describes what services the local education agency has promised to provide your child.
Individualized Education Program. 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.
Individualized Education Plan. A plan created by a child's special education teacher, other school staff and parents, that outlines specific skills the child needs to develop as well as learning activities and special accommodations to help build on a child's strengths. Includes specific services the school will provide to help meet the educational needs of a child.
Individualized Education Program. 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.
Individualized Education Program. A written plan of services for a child with a disability developed jointly by parents and school personnel as required under Public Law 94-142.
A plan written by the student's teacher, the parent, school administrators, related services personnel, and students (when appropriate) and other persons involved in the student's education that describes the student's level of functioning, learning styles, and the special education services and goals necessary to address specific academic, social, emotional, physical and management needs. Each public school child who receives special education and related services must have an Individualized Education Program (IEP). Each IEP must be designed for one student and must be a truly individualized document. The IEP creates an opportunity for parents, teachers, school administrators, related services personnel, and students (when appropriate) to work together to improve educational results for children with disabilities.
An (IEP) Individual Educational Plan) is the document that outlines the delivery of a child's special education program. An IEP contains measurable annual goals and describes what modifications, services and supports will be provided and when, where and how frequently they will be performed and how progress will be measured. For more information go to: Wrightslaw http://www.wrightslaw.com/info/iep.index.htm National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities http://nichcy.org/resources/iep1.asp LD Online http://www.ldonline.org/ld_indepth/iep/iep.html FAPE Solutions Letter Writing tool http://www.fapesolutions.com/Letters
Individualized Education Program. In order for a child to receive special services such as resource pull-out programs, the child must have an IEP. The IEP is the written plan that describes the child's abilities and needs, and the placement and services designed to meet the child's unique needs. Instructional Plan - All the teaching strategies and student activities related to a specific learning goal.
For children in need of special education services, a large document that, in accordance with federal law, must include: the child's present levels of educational performance; a list of measurable annual goals for the child; the special education, related services, modifications and supplementary aids and services to be provided to the child; an explanation of how much the child will participate with non-disabled children in the regular class; statement of when their services and modifications will begin; the frequency, location, and duration of those services and modifications; testing modifications the child needs to participate in city and state-wide tests; or if the child will not participate in those standardized tests, an explanation of why that assessment is not appropriate for the child and how the child will be assessed; and beginning at age 14, and updated annually, the transition service needs of the child.
Student has been formally identified as having a disability and is receiving special education services.
The written educational plan for the student in special education with goals and objectives to be learned. Each student has his/her own IEP.
Individualized Education Plan. a written plan prepared at an IEP meeting that includes the student's present level of educational performance, eligibility for special education, annual instructional goals and objectives, services to be provided, needed transition services, type of instructional setting and provisions for integration/mainstreaming in regular education programs.
Individualized Education Program. A written statement for a child with a disability that is developed, reviewed, and revised in a meeting in accordance with mandated procedures.
Individualized Education Plans are required in school for children who have disabilities. A disproportionate number of children in the Foster Care System have IEPs. It is a measurable plan developed between the teacher and parent or surrogate parent and the child when appropriate. Approximately half of our children have individualized IEP plans in place.
Individualized Education Program. 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.
Individualized Education Plan. a plan drawn up by a child’s special education teacher and other concerned parties that outlines specific skills the child needs to develop, as well as learning activities that build on the child’s strengths.
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 student's parents, and, when appropriate, the student. 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 will be reevaluated.
Individualized Education Program. 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.
Individualized Education Program. 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.
Individualized Education Plan. a written statement for a handicapped child that lists the specific goals to be addressed during the school year. The IEP is developed by a team which includes the child's parents and classroom teacher. It is revised at least once a year.
IEP is an abbreviation for "Individual Educational Plan." Public schools write these plans to set goals and select learning methods for disabled students.
Individualized Education Program. 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.
The acronym stands for an Individualized Education Plan required by the Individuals with Disabilities Education ACT (IDEA) for exceptional children and youth. The plan must include a statement of present educational performance, instructional goals, educational services to be provided, and criteria and procedures for determining that the instructional objectives are being met.
Individualized Education Program. A document describing the agreed-upon services a school will provide to a child with a disability (ages 3-21).
ndividualized ducation rogram: A written educational program that outlines a disabled child's current levels of performance, related services, educational goals, and modifications. This plan is developed by a team including the child's parent(s), teacher(s) and supportive staff.
Individualized Education Plan. A written educational prescription developed by a school for each child with a disability. An IEP must contain: the child's present levels of educational performance annual and short-term educational goals the specific education program and related services that will be provided to the child the extent to which the child will participate in regular education program with non-disabled children
Individual Educational Program - plan for an individual student that includes the students' current proficiencies and expectations for future performances.
Individualized Education Program: 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 statement developed for students with disabilities by the IEP team. It includes statements of the student's present level of educational performance, annual goals, and specific special education and related services to be provided to the child. It also includes projected dates for initiation of services and their anticipated duration, evaluation procedures, and the extent to which the child will be able to participate in regular educational programs.
Individualized Education Plan: A plan for a child's special education services that the parent and either the CPSE or CSE will develop if the child qualifies for services.
INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PLAN. A team-developed, written program, which identifies therapeutic and educational goals and objectives, needed to appropriately address the educational needs of a school-aged student with a disability. An IEP for a child with hearing loss should take into account such factors as 1) communication needs and the child's and family's preferred mode of communication 2) linguistic needs; 3) severity of hearing loss; 4) academic progress; 5) social, emotional needs, including opportunities for peer interactions and communication; and 6) appropriate accommodations to facilitate learning.
Individualized Education Program. 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.
Intensive English Program. A program designed to provide English instruction for non-native speakers to adequately prepare them for collegiate-level instruction in a short period of time.
Individualized Education Program. 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.
Individualized Education Program. 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.
Individualized Education Program. A program designed for students covered by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
Individualized Educational Program. Most autistic children are entitled to an IEP, a legal document which lay out each child’s personal goals and educational modifications.
Individualized Education Program - The written plan designed to help develop specific educational goals for the child with disabilities'. It identifies disability, describes the child's strengths and areas of need; lists goals that the child should reach in a years time, includes short-term instructional objectives that represent a series of skills to master or goals to accomplish; and identifies programs and services, including regular education, that the child will receive. A new IEP is developed each year. From age 14 on, the IEP will also address transition needs and services.
Individualized Education Program. 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.
Individualized education program. 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)
Individualized Education Plan: a legal document which sets goals and objectives for students with disabilities and describes the programs and services which will be offered to help the student reach those goals. If a goal and/or objective in an IEP requires the student to use an assistive technology device and service, the school district must supply them. The need and responsibility for assistive technology devices and services should be specifically written into an IEP. The IEP is formulated by a team of professionals employed by the school district and the parents or guardians of the students. Parents must consent to an IEP and may appeal an IEP if they find it unacceptable. Return
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Individualized Education Plan. A written plan and legal document that states a child's present level of functioning; specific areas that need special services; annual goals; short-term objectives; services to be provided; and the method of evaluation to be implemented for children 3 to 21 years of age who have been determined eligible for special education (Cook, Klein, & Tessier, 2004).
Individualized education plan. An educational program developed and implemented to take into account the student's present level of performance; annual goals; short-term instructional objectives; related services; timeline for special educaiton services; and an annual evaluation.
Individualized education program. 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
Individualized Education Plan. Federal Law 94 -142 states that children with disabilities have the right to attend public schools with their peers. A team of school staff and parent(s) will identify areas the child needs to learn in the current school year and how the school will provide these services.
Individualized Education Program. Written plan of instruction, including evaluation procedures, developed for each student receiving special education
Individualized Education Program – a written plan for a child with a disability, developed and implemented through the local school system according to federal and state regulations. It includes details about the student's performance, objectives, and the type and frequency of specific education services.
Individualized Education Program. 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.
Individual Education Programme: these programmes are drawn up by the class teacher and/or special needs coordinator within a school to provide individual support for children deemed to have needs over and above that of other children within the class, either through learning difficulties or because they are considered to be exceptionally bright or gifted children.
Individualized Education Program. 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.
Individualized Education Program developed by parents and staff for eligible children from their third birthday to 21 years of age.
Individualized Education Program. 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.
Individualized Education Plan. Public Law 94-142 mandates that each child who receives special education services must have an individualized education plan. The IEP is the plan agreed upon by the school administrator, teacher, parents, and other relevant professionals (e.g., the person who administered the testing, therapists). The IEP is comprised of seven parts: (1) present level of functioning or performance, (2) annual goals, (3) short term instructional objectives or goals, (4) indication of any special services needed (e.g., speech & hearing clinic), (5) amount of time spent in regular education classroom, (6) when plan will begin, be reviewed, and end, and (7) evaluation of goals and objectives.
Individual Education Program. The IEP is a written document required of all students in school who have been classified as needing special education programs or related services under Indiana Title 511 Article 7. The document should include the student's present level of functioning in each identified needs area, a statement of annual goals for the students, a statement of appropriate short-term objectives with the evaluation approach and evaluation criteria for determining progress toward achievement of annual goals, a statement of any required related services and who will provide them, a statement of transition services needs (beginning at least by age 14), and a statement that relates to the issue of least restrictive environment for the student relative to each of the programs and services to be provided. (Sitlington, p. 379)
Individual educational plan. A written plan to identify the annual goals and objectives and special education and related services designed to meet the individual needs of a student with a disability. The IEP is developed by teachers, parents, the student, and others as appropriate, and is reviewed annually.
Individualized Education Program. 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.
Individualized Education Program. A written education plan developed by teachers, therapists and parents to meet the individual needs of each child with disabilities.
See Individualized Education Plan.
Individualized Education Plan. An Individualized Education Plan is a written education plan for a student with learning disabilities that is developed by a team of professionals (teachers, therapists, etc.) and the student's parents. An IEP is based on a multidisciplinary evaluation of the student, describing how the student is currently doing, what the student's learning needs are, and what services the student will need.
Individualized Education Program. 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.
Individualized Education Plan-A written document stating the child's individual needs, goals and objectives and what services shall be provided to accomodate the student's needs.