An IEP Goal is a statement of what the IEP team hopes to accomplish in a given year for a given domain or area of instruction.
IEP Objectives are specific, measurable steps that the student will work on to help them achieve their IEP Goals.
At least 2 Objectives should be written under each IEP Goal.
About IEP Goals and Objectives
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IEP Goals and Objectives can focus on steps to make progress in a variety of areas including learning environment, social behavior skills, communication, mathematics, reading comprehension, writing abilities, daily independent living skills, and more.