IEP Assessments

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Overview

Assessments are used to determine if a child is eligible for special education services and what kind of supports may be helpful in the classroom. If you disagree with the results of a school's assessment of your child, you have the right to an Independent Educational Evaluation (IEE). Learn more about this process and the role that thorough and accurate assessments play in your child's education.

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Overview

What kinds of assessments will my child receive, and who does them?

How often should my child be assessed?

What should I do if I disagree with the school’s assessment of my child?

When is a Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA) conducted?

Why should I request my child’s assessments before an IEP meeting?

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