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Have you ever wondered how you are going to organize your child’s educational records? If you have not, it is time to consider making an IEP Binder. With this IEP Binder, you will stay organized and prepared for the IEP process.
Organizing your child’s educational records is the first step in effective advocacy! That is why creating an IEP Binder is essential as a special needs parent. This IEP Binder will help you stay organized and point you in the right direction as you travel down the IEP process.
In Organizing Your IEP Binder, you have cover pages for the front of the binder and 12 sections:
IEP BINDER (cover page for binder)
Parental Rights/Procedural Safeguards
Current IEP/Meeting Notes
Previous IEPs/Meeting Notes
Progress Reports, Report Cards and Standardized Tests
School and Private Evaluations
Eligibility Reports, Consent to Evaluate and Consent for Placement