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When must Transition Services be addressed in a studentís IEP?

When must Transition Services be addressed in a student’s IEP?

In the first IEP to be in effect when the student is age 16. This generally means that when the student is age 15 the IEP must address the secondary transition needed when the student turns age 16.

The IEP may address secondary transition prior to age 16 if it determines that it is appropriate to do so.

 



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26th of February, 2010

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