Students can share in IEP planning

 Excent launches MyGraduationPlan™, an online software solution for school districts, which allows for greater student participation in the IEP process.
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Excent launches MyGraduationPlan™, an online software solution for school districts, which allows for greater student participation in the IEP process.

Students use the software to assess their disabilities and learn to become self-advocates for their own IEP. In addition to the benefits offered to students, school districts can leverage MyGraduationPlan to meet compliance requirements around SPP Indicator #13, and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) indicator.

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