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Old 12-01-2017, 06:46 AM
 
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In Texas the IEP meetings are called ARD (Admission, Review, Dismissal) meetings. We have to talk to all of our parents every six weeks about the students progress or lack there of, as well as send home progress reports. So the parents always know before the ARD how their student is doing.

When we create the paperwork it is a collaborative effort. We first meet with each of the student's teachers one at a time to get information about their specific subject for the PLAAFP, discuss accommodations, discuss testing information, and write the goals.

Then we send the proposed paperwork home at least one week prior to the meeting, We call the parents of the child and discuss the information asking their input on the goals, accommodations and testing.

During the actual meeting we are just working on anything that is not in agreement. So while prepping the paperwork is a total nightmare the actual meeting usually take 30 minutes or less.
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