IEP Components - Present Levels
IDEA requires that each IEP must include a statement of the child’s present levels of academic achievement and functional performance. That’s why this part of the IEP is commonly referred to as the “present levels statement.” For short, we’re just going to call it “present levels.” The focus of this issue of NASET’s IEP Components series is to address present levels of academic achievement and functional performance. Information covered will include:
- IDEA's exact words
- A closer look at "present levels"
- Where does the information come from?
- "Present levels" for preschoolers
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