What are the key parts of an IEP?

Parent Question
Mar. 7, 2022Updated Mar. 29, 2022

The key parts of an IEP are:

  • Progress Reporting: goal review and present Levels of performance (PLOP)
  • Annual Goals and Short Term Objectives
  • Special Education and Related Services
  • Supplementary Aids and Services (Accommodations and Modifications)
  • Extent of Non-Participation in General Education
  • Statewide Assessments
  • Service Delivery (Offer of FAPE)

For more details, see our article, Key Parts of an IEP.

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