Individual Education Plans (IEP)

Student with teacher in classroom An Individual Education Plan (IEP) is a written document for a student that describes program modifications and/or adaptations and services to be provided. It is a concise, usable, summary plan. It normalizes planning decisions; provides a record; tracks and reports on students' progress; and provides a means for a student and parent involvement. The school Case Manager coordinates the development and implementation of IEP. School staff, district staff, or staff from community may be involved. It is recommended that parents and/or guardians be part of the team. Where appropriate, students should also be involved in the discussions and decisions.