Part 10 - Understand What is Required for a Presentation to the IEP Committee
ASSESSMENT IN SPECIAL EDUCATION SERIES
Once the assessment process is completed, and the report is written, the results will be shared with the IEP Committee, the district wide committee responsible to determine whether a student has a documented disability, what type of educational setting will best suit his or her needs and the studentís Individual Educational Program (IEP). As a result, the evaluator will need to prepare for this presentation of results.
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