State-coordinated Facilitated IEP is a free early resolution option available to public school districts/ charter schools and parents of children with disabilities to ensure that a student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) is developed by a collaborative team in a structured meeting. Participation is voluntary, meaning both parties must agree to have a neutral facilitator who keeps the meeting focused on developing an IEP that is reasonably calculated to provide the student with a free appropriate public education (FAPE). The aim is to build capacity among educators and families to ensure that collaborative, student-focused IEP teams are equipped to make sound decisions in the development of IEPs.
Preguntas Frecuentes Sobre el Programa de Facilitacion del IEP
Solicitud para la Facilitacion del IEP Coordinado
For information regarding State-coordinated Facilitated IEP, email the FIEP Inbox or phone the Alternative Dispute Resolution Specialist at 602-542-7579.
For districts/charters interested in scheduling FIEP training, more information can be found at Facilitated IEP Training Information.