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Oregon Standard IEP

 

Under Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR) 581-015-2215, all districts and ESDs in Oregon must use the Oregon Standard IEP form, unless they have applied for and been granted approval for use of an alternate IEP form by the Oregon Department of Education (ODE).

 
Current Oregon Standard IEP, Required Beginning September 1st, 2015

Oregon Standard IEP - PDF

Oregon Standard IEP - RTF

Oregon Standard IEP - Word

 

Consult Guidelines for Alternate IEP Form for details and timelines for the submission and approval process. The following changes to the Standard IEP form do NOT require ODE approval as an alternate IEP form:

  • Adding items to the demographic information (e.g. the addition of disability codes, parent address, or similar items);
  • Variance in the form layout (e.g. more spacing, additional lines, varying from landscape to portrait)
 

Toolkit for Writing High Quality IEPs
 

Standards-based IEPs
Meeting the Needs of Students with Disabilities   

Assessment
Accessibility Manual   

Accessible Instructional Materials
ODE Information
Oregon Technology Access Program (OTAP) 

Legal
Procedural Safeguards - Pamphlets written especially for parents on their rights and the procedural safeguards under Oregon and federal law to ensure a free and appropriate public education to all students.
IDEA Legacy - U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs’ (OSEP’s) IDEA website.
OSEP Dear Colleague Letters 
Federal Register
OAR - Accessible Instructional Materials Required (OAR 581-011-0052) Accessible Materials (OAR 581-015-2060) Independent Adoptions of Instructional Materials (OAR 581-022-1622) Instructional Materials Adoption (OAR 581-022-1640)
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