This chart comes in handy when looking at the crucial information that is in multiple students' IEPs. There is a place for the student's name, their current reading level, their required service minutes for specially designed instruction (SDI), and their accommodations and modifications. In the footnote section, you can change the date of the most recent update so you and your colleagues know which version is most accurate. I update mine each time Progress Reports go out and each time there is a new IEP and then send it on to all of the teachers that work with my lovely students. It is fully editable so you can customize it to your specific needs.
I created this chart to summarize the information about the students I work with after struggling with a few other ways to organize the information in easy to read formats. I added the reading level after a general education teacher made it clear that sometimes it is more helpful for a teacher to have access to what the student's current reading level is, not their goal.
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