How is progress monitored by the IEP team?

Parent Question
Mar. 8, 2022Updated Jun. 28, 2022

The IEP is required to include an explanation of how the student will make progress toward their annual goals. The IEP must include how the progress will be measured (student work samples, teacher-charted data, etc.), and how this information will be shared with parents.

For more details, see our article Key Parts of an IEP or Progress Reporting for IEPs.

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