SCHOOL PERSONNEL AND THE INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PROGRAM  
 
Authorities: 34 C.F.R. Part 300; Texas Education Code; 19 T.A.C. Chapter 89
 
 
 
FEDERAL AND STATE REQUIREMENTS CITATIONS
SCHOOL PERSONNEL ACCESS TO INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PROGRAM (IEP)


P The local educational agency (LEA) must ensure that: 300.323(d)
89.1075(c)

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  • The child's IEP is accessible to each regular education teacher, special education teacher, related services provider, and any other service provider who is responsible for its implementation;
300.323(d)(1)
89.1075(c)(1)

P
  • Each teacher and provider described in this framework is informed of:
300.323(d)(2)
89.1075(c)(2)

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    • The teacher or provider's specific responsibilities related to implementing the child's IEP; and
300.323(d)(2)(i)
89.1075(c)(2)

P
    • The specific accommodations, modifications, and supports that must be provided for the child in accordance with the IEP; and
300.323(d)(2)(ii)
89.1075(c)(2)

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  • Each teacher who provides instruction to the child has an opportunity to request assistance regarding implementation of the IEP.
89.1075(c)(3)

TEACHER REQUEST FOR REVIEW OF IEP


P The LEA must develop a process to be used by a teacher who instructs a child with a disability: 89.1075(d)
TEC 29.001(11)

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  • To request a review of the child's IEP;
89.1075(d)(1)
TEC 29.001(11)(A)

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  • That provides for a timely LEA response to the teacher's request; and
89.1075(d)(2)
TEC 29.001(11)(B)

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  • That provides for notification to the child's parent of that response.
89.1075(d)(3)
TEC 29.001(11)(C)

 
 
Last Updated: Wednesday, March 29, 2017