An individualized education program (IEP) is a written document for students with disabilities ages 3 through 25 that outlines the student’s educational needs and goals and any programs and services the intermediate school district (ISD) and/or its member district will provide to help the student make educational progress.
The document is written by the IEP team at an IEP team meeting. The IEP is reviewed at least once a year.
Measurable and Annual Goals and Short-Term Objectives - Substantive Compliance [PDF]
Information for determining substantive compliance for the purposes of educational benefit.