• Works as a checklist for quality program design during initial drafting of the IEP Present
    Level of Performance and/or IEP goals.
  • Works as a tool to evaluate quality of portions of an IEP written by others. Helpful in
    auditing to determine which if any goals of an IEP may need revisions.
  • Works as a pre to post tool to assess gains in response to professional development
    specific to IEP writing.
  • Useful for both pre-service and in-service special educators, as well as for special
    education administrators.