is the people who work together to develop the IEP, including the child (if appropriate), the parent, the regular and special education teachers, a school district representative, and evaluators or therapists as appropriate.
The group of individuals whose expertise is necessary to administer and interpret evaluation data and make an informed determination as to whether the child needs special education and related services. The parent(s) of the child; At least one general education teacher of the student (if the student is, or may be, participating in the general education environment); At least one special education teacher or, if appropriate, at least one special education provider of the student; A representative of the LEA; An individual who can interpret the instructional implications of evaluation results; At the discretion of the parent or the school district, other individuals who have knowledge or special expertise regarding the student, including related services personnel as appropriate; and If appropriate, the student.
A multidisciplinary team established in accordance with the provisions of state regulations. The IEP Team can meet to review eligibility, current progress eligibility, goals and objectives of identified special education students.
the group of people who develop the written IEP (see above) required by federal law for each eligible student with a disability.
A multi-disciplinary team, including the student and parents that review evaluations and recommend special educational programs and services for children with disabilities.
The group of persons, as described in Article 7 (511 IAC 7-27-3) including parents and public agency personnel, who are responsible for: - Determining a student's eligibility for special education and related services. - Developing, reviewing, and revising a student's individualized education program. - Determining the appropriate special education services and placement for a student and the setting or settings in which those services will be provided. - Determining other matters that are assigned to an IEP team by federal law or to a case conference committee by state law or any rule of the Indiana state board of education.