Ohio Required and Optional Forms
Individualized Education Program (IEP) PR-07 Form
ODE/OEC has revised the IEP form to incorporate the "standards based IEP" requirement of the modified assessment process and has developed annotations for the IEP form. The new revised IEP form is required to be used for IEPs written beginning in the fall 2009 for the 2009-2010 year.
* OEC has made the decision that the IEP form will not be translated into different languages. The reason for this decision is because IEP team members who develop IEPs are usually English speaking and they would have a substantially increased chance of error when trying to fill out a form in a language other than English. OEC's position is once a district completes a child's IEP in English, it is the district's responsibility to have the IEP translated into the parent's language if the parents do not read English. In this way, parents who speak and read another language will be able to understand what the IEP states about the services their child will be receiving which is the requirement of the law. To have a blank form in Spanish or any other language is just not helpful, particularly if it is being filled out by staff who cannot speak or read that language.
Evaluation Team Report (ETR) PR-06 Form
ODE/OEC has revised the ETR form to comply with federal and state laws.
* Documents included in the ETR form.
In response to requests, the individual evaluators' assessment section of the ETR form has been made available separately.
The due process form, formerly entitled PR-08, is a model form that is not required by IDEA for parents or local educational agencies to file a request for a due process hearing. It can be found on the ODE website in the section that addresses due process.
Whose IDEA Is This? Optional Forms
Preschool Transition Conference
The new IEP PR-07 form will no longer be used for the Services Plan. A new Services Plan form has been developed by ODE/OEC and they are now available to view/download.
Last Modified: 5/18/2016 11:29:21 AM