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The Good and Bad of Lofty IEP Goals

The Good and Bad of Lofty IEP Goals

Published: Mar. 26, 2024Updated: Mar. 26, 2024

During a discussion about inclusion in general education classes, the Undivided team takes on the topic of having lofty Individualized Education Plan (IEP) goals for your child. Dr. Caitlin Solone says it’s good to have high expectations, but be careful. If your child doesn’t achieve the written goals, IEP teams may use it against the student in providing him or her the least restrictive environment.

For more information about IEP goals, check out our article here!

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