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​An Individualized Education Program (IEP) is a plan that describes the special education instruction, supports, and services that students with disabilities are legally entitled to receive.  An IEP is developed by school staff members, the student's parents/guardians and the student (when appropriate). The required contents of an IEP are determined by the student's needs and age as well as federal and state laws. 

Informational forms and documents are available on this page for the following topics: 

  • The IEP forms required to complete an IEP, including transition, behavioral, and eligibility forms.
  • Required Notice and Consent Forms including guiding documents to complete each form. 
  • Information on assessment for students with disabilities, including instructions and guidelines.
  • A Summary of PerformancePDF Document form to be completed prior to the student exiting high school when graduating or aging out. ​

 Required Notice and Consent Forms


  • The IEP-Q Tutorial is an online resource developed at the University of Illinois with federal and ISBE funding designed to assist IEP teams in writing high quality IEPs that are individualized, based on data, connected to standards, and clearly tied to a student's instructional needs. This help site was created to assist education professionals to improve Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) for students. On this site, you can create goals based on State Standards, develop more individualized goals for each student, and find answers to your questions about writing quality IEPs for your students.

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