By The Understood Team
Your child’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) can be confusing to look at and read. But knowing what goes in it can help you make sense of it. Use this handy visual aid to boost your understanding of your child’s IEP.
The Understood Team is composed of writers, editors and community moderators, many of whom have children with learning and attention issues.
Kelli Johnson, M.A., is an educational speech-language pathologist, working with students from early childhood through 12th grade.
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