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Student Educational Plans
IEPs for Public School & SEPs for Home School



Present Level of Performance
How to Write the SEP
IEP and Inclusion Tips for Parents and Teachers
Anne I. Eason, Esq. and Kathleen Whitbread, Ph.D.
The link here takes you to a page of downloads, where you can select the article by the above title.
Large file -- 4 MB PDF download - 82 printed pp.
Virginia SOLs and the Law
Items to Include in an IEP
IEP Goal Page (format)
An SEP/IEP Goal Bank
This 177 page document is a treasure chest of ready-to-use goals suitable for students with special ed needs who require an individualized education plan. The site is well organized. Each heading has long-range and short-term goals that can be copied directly into an SEP. Click on a Content Area to proceed to specific Content Areas (strands). From there, locate the specific strand and click to locate the Individual Goals. Content areas include: English, Functional Academics, Independent Living, Mathematics, Mathematics Readiness, Motor, Recreation and Leisure, Self-management and Daily Living, Social Emotional, Speech and Language, Study Skills, and Vocational/Career Education. A wonderful resource.
IEP Goal Page (sample)
IEP Manual for Home Schooled Students with Severe Disabilities