Did you know that the IEP must include a statement that includes special education and related services, supplementary aids and services, and program modifications and supports? In this webinar, Steven Prater, a PROGRESS Center special education expert, reviewed the IDEA requirements for developing a comprehensive and understandable statement that promotes progress for students with disabilities and provides access to a free appropriate public education and a panel shared tips and considerations for developing the statement. The panel included:
- Bart Lyman, a current special education director in Uinta County School District #4 in Mountain View Wyoming
- Andrea Boykin, a manager for Assistive Technology in the District of Columbia Public Schools and an adjunct instructor at George Mason University
- Nicole Bucka, a PROGRESS Center advisor, MTSS Implementation Specialist in Rhode Island, and a proud parent of two children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Giana Gray, a Licensed Board Certified Behavior Analyst in Rhode Island
- Emmah Mitrano, an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist in Rhode Island
View the recording of the webinar below.