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Volume 42 | Issue 1 | Spring 2017

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Volume 42 | Issue 1 | The IEP as a living document: A new narrative to drive inclusive communities

This issue of Connections on Individual Education Plans (IEP) is one to share. More than 13% (6.5 million) public school students have an IEP. Everyone involved with an IEP – family, educator, administrator, policy maker – will benefit from information and recommendations found in this edition. A contrast of the typical IEP implementation with the original intent of the legislation helps identify possibilities. Drawing on research and experience, the contributors offer positive and constructive recommendations for collaboration and innovative practices.
 
Contents

- The Individual Education Plan: From individual needs to meaningful relationships by William R. Black, PhD, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, University of South Florida and Jessica Montalvo, Department of Communication, University of South Florida

- Empowering Parents: Utilizing the IEP to cultivate meaningful relationships by Karen Ramlackhan, PhD, University of South Florida and Tish West, Parent Advocate

- The IEP as the Gateway to Inclusive Spaces: Engaging Teachers and School Leaders by Karen Ramlackhan, PhD, University of South Florida

- The IEP as the Gateway to Inclusive Spaces: Engaging Teachers and School Leaders by Karen Ramlackhan, PhD, University of South Florida

- Standards Based IEPs—Are They Important and What Should Be In Them?
by Debbie Taub, PhD, University of North Carolina, Greensboro and Michael Burdge, M.Sp.Ed., Educational Consultant, Kenton Vale, Kentucky

- Use of Legally Compliant IEPs for Inclusive Programming by Keith J. Hyatt, EdD and Aaron B. Perzigian, PhD, Western Washington University

- Endrew F. and an End to the “more than ‘de minimus’ Standard” by Keith J. Hyatt, EdD and Aaron B. Perzigian, PhD, Western Washington University

- All Together Now: Essential Ideas for Co-Teaching and Inclusion by Julie Causton, PhD and Kate MacLeod, M.S.Ed, Syracuse University