Checklist: What to Bring to the IEP Meeting

By Kristin Stanberry

Use this handy checklist to get organized for your next IEP meeting. Here are some things you may want to prepare and take to the meeting.

Notes, Lists and Suggestions
Documents and Reports About Your Child
Other Items to Consider

It’s not always easy to keep records associated with your child’s IEP in order. Check out our record-keeping tips for suggestions.

About the Author

Portrait of Kristin Stanberry

Kristin Stanberry is a writer and editor specializing in parenting, education and consumer health/wellness.

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Portrait of Whitney Hollins

Whitney Hollins is a special education teacher and adjunct instructor at Hunter College.

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