Special education leaders know that the shift to Common Core State Standards (CCSS) will be reflected in new IEP language, especially with respect to speech and language goals. SLPs and other special education staff will also need to change how they work with students. They will need to have a guiding framework to write CCSS-aligned IEPs and to ensure that IEP goals, objectives and the related intervention strategies will be specific and measurable against CCSS standards. A panel of special education experts will provide you with specific advice and give examples to help guide your district’s CCSS-IEP strategy.
Judy Rudebusch, EdD, CCC-SLP, is assistant superintendent for special services, Irving Independent School District, TX. She teaches a graduate SLP program at the Callier Center at UT Dallas, and serves on multiple ASHA committees.
Perry Flynn, M.Ed. CCC/SLP is associate professor at University of North Carolina/Greensboro and consultant to the NC Department of Public Instruction for Speech Language Pathology. He is a member of the ASHA Board of Directors.
Judy Montgomery, PhD, CCC-SLP is professor and chair of the Communication Sciences and Disorders Program at Chapman University and is the former president of ASHA.
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