Annually, or more often if necessary, the IEP team shall meet to review and revise the IEP and determine placement.
    Meeting Participants
    Review of Data
    Out of District Students
    Written Notice
    IEP Implementation
    Parent/Student (when appropriate)
    General Education/Special Education Teacher(s)
    At least 1 CST member who can interpret evaluations
    Case Manager
    At the discretion of the parent or school district, other individuals who have knowledge or special expertise regarding the student, including related services personnel as appropriate.
    The IEP team shall review:
    • Any lack of expected progress toward the annual goals and in the general curriculum, where appropriate;
    • Information about the student including information provided by the parents, current classroom-based assessments and observations, and the observations of teachers and related service providers;
    • The student's anticipated needs; or
    • Other relevant matters.
    For those students in a seperate setting, the IEP team shall, on an annual basis, consider activities necessary to transition the student to a less restrictive placement.  N.J.A.C. 6A:14-3.7(k)
    Written notice and proposed actions shall include the: 
    • Proposed IEP
    • Proposed educational placement
    • A request for written consent
    • A copy of the short procedural safeguards statement
    The parent may agree to the IEP during the meeting or has the right to consider the proposed program for up to 15 calendar days.
    When the team and parent have reached signed agreement, the proposed IEP will be implemented for the corresponding school year.