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Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Oregon Revised Statutes, and Oregon Administrative Rules, each eligible student must have an Individual Education Program (IEP) created not less than annually to plan for the provision of the Free Appropriate Public Education to which they are entitled. That IEP is a working document that is created by an appropriate team of people and addresses a number of areas. In addition to ensuring that all relevant federal, state, and local regulations are followed in the creation of an IEP, members of the IEP team should consider the following when developing a plan for a student:
Each of these questions must be carefully considered by the IEP team in light of the unique needs of the student that arise from their disability. Therefore, quality IEPs have a through-line that connects all the components.
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