Review of Existing Evaluation Data (REED)

What's Required

(a) General. A public agency must ensure that a reevaluation of each child with a disability is conducted in accordance with Sec. Sec. 300.304 through 300.311--

(1) If the public agency determines that the educational or related services needs, including improved academic achievement and functional performance, of the child warrant a reevaluation; or

(2) If the child's parent or teacher requests a reevaluation.

(b) Limitation. A reevaluation conducted under paragraph (a) of this section--

(1) May occur not more than once a year, unless the parent and the public agency agree otherwise; and

(2) Must occur at least once every 3 years, unless the parent and the public agency agree that a reevaluation is unnecessary.


What We Do

Things to Consider First:


Does the district have a Full and Individual Evaluation (FIE) dated within six years?

Ø  If the answer is “Yes”- move to the next question.

Ø  If the answer is “No”- then the IEP committee must request new formal assessment.


Is the information from the FIE stating the student is meeting the Texas Education Agency (T.E.A) eligibility?

Ø  If the answer is “Yes”- the IEP committee may consider not doing any new formal assessment.

Ø  If the answer is “No”- the IEP committee must request new formal assessment.


Components of the REED:

1)      Planner (Imported from the IEP to the FIE)

2)      Present Levels of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance (PLAAFP)

3)      Summary and Conclusions

4)      Recommendations and Assurances   

5)      Signature Page

6)      New FIE date becomes the same date as the IEP meeting in which the REED was completed.




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