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endrew f vs douglas county

Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District

This special education case is the Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District RE-1, which now provides a “substantive standard on whether a child’s IEP is sufficient to confer an educational benefit on a child with a disability.”

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IEP Data Collection

5 Tips For IEP Data Collection That You Need To Know

IEP data collection is the foundation for progress monitoring. Data collected during an IEP process may include attendance, behavior, academics, social/emotional, and other focus areas—all tracking student progress over time. These data points help the IEP team make informed decisions around the children’s learning experience.

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Baseline Data

Establishing Baseline Data in an IEP

Baseline data is the information gathered about a student before any intervention. It allows teachers to see the student’s Present Level in terms of knowledge and skills, so they know how much time, support, or services they need to reach goals and attain student success.

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