IEP Components - Extent of Nonparticipation

The “extent of nonparticipation” provision is pretty self-evident and highlights the value IDEA places on educating children with disabilities, to the maximum extent appropriate, with children without disabilities. If a child’s IEP places the child outside of the regular class, involvement in the general curriculum, and/or participation in extracurricular or nonacademic activities (the meaning of the phrase “the activities described in paragraph (a)(4) of this section”), the IEP must explain why. The focus of this issue of NASET’s IEP Components series is to address the provision of the “extent of nonparticipation”


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