- (i) reviews the child’s IEP periodically, but not less frequently than annually, to determine whether the annual goals for the child are being achieved; and
- (ii) revises the IEP as appropriate to address—
- (I) any lack of expected progress toward the annual goals and in the general education curriculum, where appropriate;
- (II) the results of any reevaluation conducted under this section;
- (III) information about the child provided to, or by, the parents, as described in subsection (c)(1)(B);
- (IV) the child’s anticipated needs; or
- (V) other matters.
Last modified on November 7, 2019