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Oregon Standard IEP

Systems Performance Review & Improvement

IDEA 2004, reauthorized by Congress and signed by President Bush in December 2004, went into effect in July 2005. This reauthorization included changes to the content of student individualized education programs (IEPs). The Code of Federal Regulations was subsequently revised and went into effect in August 2006.

The Oregon Standard IEP, which includes a Part A: Guidelines for Completion, and a Part B: Oregon Standard IEP form has been revised to comply with IDEA 2004 and the federal regulations. Revisions also include additional enhancements to the both the IEP guidelines and form. ODE now provides a standard IEP for students age 15 or younger when the IEP is in effect; and a standard IEP for students age 16 and older when the IEP is in effect (for students of transition age).

All IEPs developed on or after July 1, 2007 must be developed using one of the revised Oregon Standard IEP’s posted below, or an ODE approved alternate (ORS 343.151).

Effective July 1, 2010
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Oregon Standard IEP for students age 15 and younger when the IEP is in effect: Part A: Guidelines for Completion and Part B: Oregon Standard PDF PDF
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Oregon Standard IEP for students age 16 and older when the IEP is in effect: Part A: Guidelines for Completion and Part B: Oregon Standard PDF PDF
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Under Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR) 581-015-2215, all districts and ESDs in Oregon must use the Oregon Standard IEP form, unless they have applied for and been granted approval for use of an alternate IEP form by the Oregon Department of Education (ODE). Consult Guidelines for Alternate IEP Form MS-Word for details and timelines for the 2013-2014 submission and approval process. The following changes to the Standard IEP form do NOT require ODE approval as an alternate IEP form:
  • Adding items to the demographic information (e.g. the addition of disability codes, parent address, or similar items);
  • Variance in the form layout (e.g. more spacing, additional lines, varying from landscape to portrait)



Contacts
  • Laura Petschauer Email    (503) 947-5936
    Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education - Education Specialist

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