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Many parents are not sure what to expect at an Individual Education Plan (IEP) meeting. When they meet school staff on behalf of their child, they may feel vulnerable or even frightened. Often, they don’t know what to do and are not clear about their role in the process. In this guide, our focus is to help you understand how an IEP meeting works and how you and your child, working together with the school, can get the most out of this process for the benefit of your child. You know more about your child than anyone else. The school needs this information to tailor its teaching to your child’s way of learning. A good IEP brings together your knowledge about your child with the school’s knowledge about teaching. The IEP meeting will produce a plan of what the school will do to teach your child and help her succeed. Individual Education Plan Guide 2014 BCCPAC is pleased to provide this valuable resource in several languages. Every effort has been made to ensure these translations are correct. If you find an error, please let us know by contacting the office. Individual Education Plan Guide - Arabic 2014 Individual Education Plan Guide - Chinese 2014 Individual Education Plan Guide - Korean 2014 Individual Education Plan Guide - Punjabi 2014 Individual Education Plan Guide - Russian 2014 Individual Education Plan Guide - Spanish 2014 Individual Education Plan Guide - Vietnamese 2014

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