Undivided: Effectiveness of Strength-Based IEPs - Parent Questions

Why is a strength-based IEP more effective?

Parent Question
Mar. 14, 2022Updated Jan. 25, 2023

Strength-based IEPs are effective because they focus on the whole child — not just a child’s disabilities. Focusing on the whole child means writing IEPs in a positive way that honors a student’s abilities, possibilities, interests, and support needs.

Learn more in our article How to Develop a Strength-Based IEP.


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