Printed material from the Symposium presented by Carol Kosnitsky, Special Education Consultant
Creating and implementing high-quality IEPs can be a daunting process with a lot of moving parts, from collecting relevant data to managing meetings to aligning IEPs with state standards. Special education administrators must deliver clear messages on instructional and procedural expectations and provide support and guidance to staff as they assemble all the parts. Learn the key steps and practical strategies for guiding staff to write instructionally relevant and procedurally compliant IEPs. These materials share the best of Carol Kosnitsky’s IEP strategies, tools and lessons learned to help you ensure IEP teamwork, quality, measurability, follow-through and monitoring.
Symposium 3 was held April 26, 2015 in Denver, Colo., in conjunction with the 36th National Institute on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals with Disabilities® (April 26 - 29, 2015).