An individual education program should contain the following basic information, such that: student information and additional information with respect to the disability the student is diagnosed (ADHD), Parent or Tutor information, Meeting information (requested review or annual review), student needs, student strengths, parent and teacher concerns, transitional needs, student accommodation.
The IEP need to develop a present level of academic achievement and functional performance, which describes how the disability affects the student's progress in education curriculum and the student's disability related needs in a measurable manner.
The present level of academic achievement and functional performance must give the answers to the following 4 key questions:
- what are the student's strengths, needs related to student's disability, current levels of performance and both, parents and teachers, concerns;
- how the disability affects the level of progress in general curriculum;
- how the present level of academic achievement and functional performance create the portfolio of basic information about student that can be used as a starting point from which to determine the progress towards the established annual goals;
- how the present level of academic achievement and functional performance helps the student integrate and participate in education curriculum.