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Standards Aligned Measurable Annual Goals for Secondary IEPs

  • May 26th, 2012
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Writing Standards-Aligned Measurable Annual Goals for Secondary IEPs

Federal requirements for Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) for students ages 14 and older include “coordinated, measurable, annual IEP goals, and transition services that will lead to post-secondary goals.” Measurable annual goals aligned to Pennsylvania Academic Standards for reading, math, writing, and other academic skills are recommended as effective practice for students, regardless of nature of disability.

This webinar session (recorded on February 6, 2012) is specifically designed for participants who have completed Indicator 13 training. During this training, participants will review in detail the process for developing standards-aligned measurable annual goals that prepare students to achieve their post-secondary goals. Participants will practice writing one or more standards-aligned measurable annual goals based on clearly identified present levels of academic achievement and functional performance. *Note that the webinar content has been slightly altered in May 2012 to reflect the recent elimination of the PSSA-M.

February 9, 2012 PowerPoint

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