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Section 11

ak dept education

special ed handbook
SECTION 11
PHYSICAL EDUCATION & VOCATIONAL EDUCATION ON THE IEP

If the child can participate fully in the regular physical education (PE) or vocational education program, it is not necessary to describe or refer to PE or vocational education on the IEP. When modifications are made to accommodate the child, they must be described on the IEP.

If the child needs specially designed instruction in PE or vocational education, the program must be addressed in the IEP in terms of present level of academic achievement and functional performance, goals and objectives/benchmarks, and services to be provided.

If the child is educated in a separate facility, the PE or vocational education program must be described or referred to in the IEP. If the child is in a separate facility that has a standard vocational education or PE program in which the child can participate without any modifications, then the IEP need only note such participation in the comment section of the IEP.

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