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An IEP is a written document that designed for a student with a learning disability. It is developed, reviewed, and revised in accordance with IDEA. Each IEP is unique to the individual student it was intended for. It is put together by the teachers, parents, school administrators, related services personnel, and students. Each child in the special education program is required to have an IEP, to help them achieve the education they deserve. There are two purposes for the IEP : 1. A written plan for the individual student – describes specific educational goals and placement for an individual student which is developed by the IEP team. 2. A management tool for the entire assessment-teaching process – involves all assessment evaluations as well as teaching procedures. It is the critical link between the student with learning disabilities and the special teaching that the student requires. Referral Stage Prereferral Activities – Preventive intervention measures taken by the general education teacher to meet the needs of students who are encountering difficulties in their classrooms Referral and Initial Planning – The initial referral for special education evaluation from the parent, teacher, other professionals who have contact with the student, or the student. A follow-up
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