PLEPPresent Level(s) of Educational Performance
PLEPPositive Learning Environment Plan (Canada)
PLEPPostech Live-In English Program (South Korea)
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The PLEP describes how the student's disability impacts his or her overall progress in academic as well as in social-emotional and behavioral areas.
In describing the general academic curriculum, the PLEP should indicate which specific subject areas, such as English Language Arts, Science and Technology, Mathematics, or Social Studies, are affected by your child's disability.
For non-academic performance, the PLEP serves the same purpose, by describing how your child's disability affects areas such as social-emotional, adapted physical education, behavior, or extra-curricular activities.
The IEP team must review the assessment and evaluation data, describe the PLEP, and identify the student's educational needs.