Individualized Education Plans

An Individualized Education Plan, IEP, or Individual Education Plan, “is a plan of activities coordinated jointly by the people involved. Its purpose is to help a student who, because of a handicap or difficulties, needs adapted intervention in order to progress optimally in developing the competencies required for success. An individualized education plan is part of a dynamic support process that takes place for the benefit and with the participation of the student. It is based on a systemic view of the student’s situation, and is implemented using a solution-centred approach.”

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“IEPs: Partners in Individual Student Success” Presentation

An information session to parents and community members was hosted by Director of Complementary Services Lisa Falasconi on Monday November 8, 2021. Learn more about IEPs in Western Québec schools by watching the recording of this session made available below.

Resources and tools developed by Western Québec’s Special Education Advisory Committee