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Ways You Might Prepare For an IEP Team Meeting
repare a written list of issues you want to discuss and questions you want to ask.
Think about what is most important to you for your child’s IEP and make a note of these items.
Ask yourself three important questions:
1. Where is my son or daughter now in his or her educational progress?
2. Where do I want my son or daughter to be a year from now and how can those expectations be measured?
3. In what ways can the IEP Team help him or her to meet those expectations?
Organize your documents. Record dates and notes on them. You may want to make copies of some of the information to share with the Team.
Be willing to listen and carefully consider ideas that others may suggest.
Arrive a little before the IEP Team meeting, so you have time to get ready to participate.
Call your parent training and information center or community parent resource center. A staff member can answer your questions and help you prepare for the meeting. In some cases, a parent center staff member may attend the IEP Team meeting with you.
Attend a workshop or training conducted by a parent center to learn about your role and responsibilities as a member of the IEP Team.