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RAISE Article Details

Title: Implementing student-led IEPs: Student participation and student and teacher reactions.
Publication Date: Fall 2002
Authors: Mason, C. Y., McGahee-Kovac, M., Johnson, L., & Stillerman, S.
Source: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume #: 25       Issue: 2       Pages: 171-192
Abstract: Interviews with 35 students who participated in student-led Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings confirmed that students were able to describe the purpose and benefits of an IEP, their disabilities, and their rights. Observation of student participation in IEP meetings for five students verified that all participated throughout their IEP meetings. (ERIC)
Categories: Research - Qualitative
IEP/IFSP Facilitation

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