Michigan Department of Education
- Michigan Department of Education IEP Manual Addresses five functions of the IEP Team: (1) Development of the IEP for students with disabilities; (2) IEP Addendum; (3) Evaluation Review; (4) Manifestation Determination Review; (5) Interim Alternative Educational Setting
- MDE Office of Special Education Parent Line For questions related to special education or the IEP process 1-888-320-8384 or email email@example.com.
Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service (MPAS) “Special Education: An Advocate’s Manual” is MPAS’ guide to the rights and laws that govern special education and other rights of children with disabilities in Michigan. The manual is divided into 15 chapters and can be downloaded or ordered in hard copy by contacting MPAS.
Pop-Up IEP– the original. Sixteen common statements parents may hear at an IEP meeting, with good responses – and the law the backs up your position. These are “conversation stoppers” that parents may hear when advocating for their children. Knowing what the “real” issues might be, some respectful but effective responses, and what the laws say about educating children with disabilities can assist you in getting your IEP team meetings moving again in a more positive direction!
Pop-Up IEP for Special Factors Twelve special factors IEP teams must consider when developing a child’s IEP.
Guidance from OSEP: Schools can use email for distributing IEPs and related documents.