Common IEP Binder Documents

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Nov. 11, 2020Updated Oct. 7, 2022

As we mentioned in The Paper Chase, you may want to consider having two binders: a master binder (which you'll add to all year long) and a smaller binder that you'll bring to the IEP meeting, which includes copies of the documents that support your main questions and concerns.

The following is a list of common documents you should gather:

Once you’ve completed your checklist, you’re ready to build your master and meeting binders!

If you want a printable checklist to help you organize these documents, check out our template here.

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