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IEP Goals and Objectives Bank

The Goal Bank has been designed to allow users to locate specific goals as used in the eSIS SPED Full software. Click on a Content Area to proceed to specific Content Strands. From there, locate the specific strand and click to locate the Individual Goals. This can help you get an idea of the sorts ...
Zoey Pierson
Zoey Pierson • 1 year ago

IEP Goals and Objectives Bank: The Goal Bank has been designed to allow users to locate specific goals as used in the eSIS SPED Full software. Click on a Content Area to proceed to specific Content Strands. From there, locate the specific strand and click to locate the Individual Goals. This can help you get an idea of the sorts of goals and objectives that often appear on an IEP and help you find areas where your child's IEP may be lacking.

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