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Exceptional Education

What is Exceptional Education?

Exceptional Education is Special Education.

 

Special Education Department Faculty

According to Article 7 – Indiana Department of Education – Special Education Rule.

511 IAC 7-32-86 “Special Education” is defined as:

Section 86. “Special Education” means specially designed instruction, at no cost to the parent, designed to meet the unique needs of a student eligible for special education and related services under this article. The term may include, but is not limited to, the following:

1.  Instruction conducted in:

    a) The classroom

    b) The home

    c) Hospitals and institutions; and

    d) Other settings

2.  Instruction and physical education

3.  Travel training

4.  Transition services

5.  Vocational education

6.  Speech-language pathology services

 

What is an IEP? What does IEP stand for?

According to Article 7 – Indiana Department of Education – Special Education Rules…

IEP – Individualized Education Program

Individualized Education Program or IEP means a written document, developed, reviewed and revised by the CCC (Case Conference Committee) that describes the following:

  1. How a student will access the general education curriculum, if appropriate

The special education and related services needed to participate in the educational environment.