Michelle Person Has Been Helping People With IEP Questions
An IEP is created when a student has deficits that do not allow them to be successful when they are in the classroom. The best time to consider one is when you have interventions in place with the teacher. A lot of time goes into the IEP process and many things happen on the road there. If the teacher has tracked your kid's progress for six to eight weeks and your child is not catching up, then IEP might be the answer.
Schools will actually ask you to do second round of interventions before you go to the IEP.

Key Takeaways:

Most schools will ask you to do rounds of interventions.
Interventions take place before the child goes to an IEP.
It can take weeks of interventions that might not work for your child.

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