Delaware IEP Details

Delaware

An IEP is developed to meet the individualized needs of each student. The educational services are provided at no cost to the family. The federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) governs the rules for IEPs in every state. In addition, Delaware also has its own set of regulations with which the IEP process must comply. Every IEP must include: -A thorough analysis of how the student is presently performing in school -The student’s educational goals -A list of services the student will receive, including how often and for how long -Transition services for students of transition age -Any accommodations, supports, and services needed for the child to be successful in the general education curriculum -Whether the child will participate in the state wide assessment with/without accommodations -The extent to which an eligible school aged child will be included in the general education environments The extent to which an eligible preschool aged child will be included in natural environments

State Policies & Initiatives: 
Partnerships
Systems: 
  • Department of Education
Topics: 
  • School-to-Work Transition
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