Each Individualized Education Program includes
The IEP for each student, beginning no later than age 16, must include a statement of needed transition services.
The IEP is required to address only those areas concerned with the provision of special education and related services and the extent that the child can participate in regular education programs.
This worksheet lays out questions IEP team members should consider when determining a student's eligibility for Extended School Year (ESY) services. Criteria include: regression, recoupment, nature of disability, severity of disability and concerns with self-sufficiency.
A parent/legal guardian or the Department may file a due process complaint on any matter relating to a proposal or a refusal to initiate or change the identification, evaluation or educational placement of your child, or the provision of a free appropriate public education (FAPE) for a student who receives special education and related services. To view Hawaii's IDEA Part B Reports, click here.