Below are the notes and data from the February 2, 2015 meeting and a follow-up meeting with Lynne Midyett and Nancy Ide to strategize about improving the response rate to the K-12 IEP Parent Survey.
For the data below, note that the final column to the right contains combined data for Sept.-January.
The data below reflects the numbers of IEPs in each district and the "in person" attendance at IEPs by parents.
Here are the documents from the 11.26.2013 meeting:
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The mission of the IEP Process Improvement Committee is to increase parent engagement in the IEP process through the use of IEP facilitation training for service providers in order to improve the climate and efficiency of IEP meetings for the benefit of the student.
CSIP Communication Plan Objectives for Parent Engagement
Best Practices for Improving IEP Meetings with Parents (presentation) from National Center for Special Education Accountability Monitoring (NCSEAM) in collaboration with the Future of School Psychology Task Force on Family School Partnerships www.accountabilitydata.org
Best Practices IEP Facilitation Training - Kathy Wian, University of Delaware's Conflict Resolution Center
(presented at SSD 2004)