NCEO Synthesis Reports: Addressing Standards and Assessments on the IEP (#38)
Part of the NCEO Synthesis Reports series.
- Sandra Thompson, Martha L Thurlow, Rachel F Quenemoen, Amy N Esler PhD, Patti Whetstone
The purpose of this year 2001 study was to examine state Individualized Education Program (IEP) forms to determine the extent to which they include documentation of standards and assessments. All 50 states were asked to send their IEP forms and to indicate whether they were required, recommended, or simply sample forms. Because IEP forms are a primary source of information to guide decisions during IEP team meetings, the way in which information appears on them is very important. NCEO makes several recommendations for IEP forms that will provide decision-making guidance to IEP teams.
- April 2001
- Number 38
- National Center on Educational Outcomes (NCEO)
- Specific life stage
- Adolescents and young adults
- Educational accountability and assessment
- Accessibility & Accommodations
- Assessment Participation
- Standards and Accountability
- Students with Disabilities
- Alternate Assessments