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Training on Writing IEP Based on State Standards

Self-paced training materials, updated to the implementing regulations of IDEA, provides information on how to write IEPs with goals tied to standards, that are student focused, and measurable.
Individualized Education Programs (IEP) Training In Development and Updated to Individuals with Disabilities Education Act 2004 (IDEA) and Elementary Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Regulations:

The California Department of Education in collaboration with the California Comprehensive Center at WestEd, is developing Web-based interactive training modules on Standards-based IEPs to address closing the achievement gap and improving standards-based instruction for students with disabilities. The topics of the modules include: Access to the General Education Curriculum, Standards-based IEP, Grade-level, Standards-based goals, Service Delivery Models, and Curriculum and Instruction Strategies.

As more information becomes available with regard to IEPs, this page will be updated.

Closing the Achievement Gap for Students with IEP External link opens in new window or tab.
The core (common) messages represent essential components addressing access to the general education curriculum for students with IEP. These tenets or principles focus particularly on access to the grade-level California content standards. These core messages are supported by research, IDEA and ESEA.


Resources on IEPs for Children with Disabilities
Resources to improve instruction, assessment, and accountability for students with disabilities.

Standards-Based Individualized Education Program Examples External link opens in new window or tab. (PDF)
A seven-step process to be used in developing a standards-based IEP. Each step is followed by guiding questions for the IEP team to consider in making data-based decisions.

The final federal regulations implementing IDEA 2004 External link opens in new window or tab. (PDF) were published on August 14, 2006 by the United States Department of Education and became effective on October 13, 2006.

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