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Old 03-23-2019, 09:14 PM
 
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If itís an annual meeting, then yes. If itís an initial, the first meeting is to gather info and also have paperwork ready to get parent consent to test. After the kiddo is tested, and youíre on the same page as the parents and teacher(s) as far as services go, the IEP is written and presented at another meeting. All that being said, I think some of that process may depend on the school.

My IEPs have signature lines on the IEP. I have a separate form that everyone in attendance signs, which is called a Record of Access. It just records who was there and their purpose for looking at the kidís IEP and other educational info.

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