Purpose Statement

The purpose of the Indiana Individualized Education Program Resource Center (IEPRC) is to increase knowledge, skills, and capacity of Indiana educators to improve outcomes for students with disabilities. The IEPRC provides resources, professional learning opportunities, and technical assistance related to the Indiana IEP system (IIEP), Article 7 compliance, Individual Education Program (IEP) processes and improving local practices. The IEPRC is funded through Part B federal funds distributed by the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE). The IEPRC collaborates with the IDOE to promote a belief in shared responsibility and equitable access beneļ¬ting all students.

Parents & Families

We partner with family support agencies and work to provide resources to help parents understand the IEP process.

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Virtual Office Hours

Virtual Office Hours (VOH) is an open webinar for anyone with questions about the Indiana IEP (IIEP) System or special education.  VOH provides direct access to our Indiana IEP consultants.  Our staff will share updates and upcoming changes to the IIEP system while answering your questions.

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The Indiana General Assembly passed legislation that permits schools to include children with Developmental Delay (DD) in its non-duplicated count of pupils in programs for mild and moderate disabilities, effective July 1, 2018. The State Board of Education is directed to amend the definition of developmental delay, effective July 1, 2018, to provide that developmental delay is a disability category solely for students who are at least 3 years of age and less than 9 years of age. This document provide guidance on these changes.