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3 Trademarks of an Effective IEP Goal

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IEP goals.1. What are the child’s specific, objective, and quantifiable goals? How can you measure a student’s progress against vague IEP goals that are subjective and easy to ignore?

Take, for example, this IEP goal: The child will write a complete sentence 80% of the time. What exactly does a complete sentence look like?

How will that 80% threshold be determined — per assignment? Per day? Per semester? When unhelpful goals like this go unchallenged and continue to form part of a student’s IEP, they influence how the team perceives the child’s progress and could possibly set them back.

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