As we have been discussing, Huang Le, has been making great progress this year and you and Mr. Franklin are working with the multi-disciplinary IEP team to create his next annual IEP. You will find more information about Huang in week one’s instructor guidance if you need a review. Huang has been working on goals and objectives in the areas of language/communication, social/behavioral skills, classroom management skills, mathematics, literacy, and self-help skills.
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