Terms and Definitions: IEP Team
The IEP team must include:
- The parents of the child (however, if you do not show up for the meeting, they can still have it);
- At least one of the child’s regular education teachers;
- At least one special education teacher;
- A representative of the school district who is knowledgeable about the relevant disabilities;
- Someone who can interpret the evaluations;
- Other individuals that the parent or agency invites (examples may be a therapist, medical professional, caregiver, foster parent, caseworker, guardian ad litem); and
- The child, when appropriate.
To excuse one of these team members, both the school district and parent must agree, and the parent must agree in writing.
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