Q. My child has special needs and has an Individual Education Plan. How will he or she be assessed?

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Modifications and accommodations in your child’s IEP are written to support his or her progress on grade level standards. Your child's progress will be assessed and reported using grade level standards, with the appropriate accommodations or modifications as outlined in the IEP. We strive through our district teaching and assessments to help all students master grade level curriculum standards. Different students make progress at different rates, so standards may be met in varying lengths of time, with varying levels of teacher support. Students with IEPs will also receive progress reports from the Child Study Team as they have in the past.

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