Individualized Education Programs
IEP-PROP professional development provides IEP teams with the knowledge and tools necessary to develop IEPs for remote online learning environments. IEP-PROP addresses each component of the IEP with specific considerations that account for how the differences in instructional delivery modality, setting, location, and special education services impact the individualized program. Furthermore, IEP-PROP prioritizes creating equitable learning environments through making access to technology a key driver in the development process. Additionally, professional development is provided on how to make provisions for parent and student engagement through the present-level data collection process.
FAPE must be available to all student with disabilities ages 3 through 21 enrolled in a local education agency. The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Endrew F. v. Douglas County (2017) stated that FAPE requires an IEP to be reasonably calculated to enable a child to make progress appropriate in light of the child’s circumstances. IEP-PROP preserves the Endrew F standard by using a comprehensive approach to IEP development that includes intensive progress monitoring, parent counseling and training, on-going accessibility review, and building community supports.
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