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Choosing Outcomes and Accommodations for Children

Choosing Outcomes and Accommodations for Children

This updated format makes COACH easier to use; it features redesigned forms; more detailed explanations; explicit instructions on “purpose,” “directions,” “materials needed,” and “helpful hints” for each step; and tabs and icons that make information easy to find. Using the established and field-tested methods of COACH, special and general educators, related services providers, and school administrators can collaborate with families and work toward developing a meaningful IEP for each student.

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