What Is an Individual Education Plan (IEP)?
An IEP is a written plan describing the special education program and/or services
required by a particular student. It identifies learning expectations that are modified from or alternative to the expectations given in the curriculum policy document for the appropriate grade and subject or course, and/or any accommodations and special education services needed to assist the student in achieving his or her learning expectations.  Along with school staff, parents (and in some cases, students) are apart of the development of the IEP goals.


An IEP contains several elements:
- goals and strategies to help your child learn
- services and resources for your child
- ways to track your child's progress

For more information please contact our Student Support Services teacher, Ms. Bryden, at 250.367.7541 or at bryden@sd20.bc.ca

 

Individual Education Plans: A Guide for Parents

Individual Education Plans: A Guide for Parents (293.0 KiB)

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