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Strengthening Family Participation in Addressing Behavior in an IEP

The Individualized Education Plan (IEP) document is a legal plan for special education created by a team that includes educators and family members. The IEP contains goals that promote student success, and, if needed, might include goals on ways to improve behavior. As families might find it helpful to plan ahead for IEP meetings, this brief is designed to help families prepare for an IEP meeting with tips to help strengthen the IEP team planning for any needed behavioral goals and supports.

Topic(s):

Data-based Decision Making

Disability

Family

Published:

November 18, 2021

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Keywords:

Assessment
Behavior
Discipline
FBA/BIP/BSP
Special education
Tier 3

Suggested
Citation:

Kern, L., Baton, E., & George, H. P. (October, 2021). Strengthening Family Participation in Addressing Behavior in an IEP. Center on PBIS, University of Oregon. www.pbis.org

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