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What do I need to include in my request for an IEP meeting?

What do I need to include in my request for an IEP meeting?

Published: Mar. 14, 2022Updated: Jun. 28, 2022

  • Be specific as to why you are requesting the IEP meeting. Examples include discussing how your child will continue to access the goals within their IEP, new accommodations for the classroom, a change in service minutes, etc.
  • If you are working with an advocate or a lawyer, inform the IEP team in the email. If this person will be present at the meeting, include that information as well.
  • If there are certain team members that you feel need to be in attendance, make sure you request their attendance ahead of time.

For more, see our article How to Request an IEP Meeting.

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