The Influence of Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) on Student Achievement


  • Dr. Ragini. Srivastava Assistant Professor, Department of Education Faculty of Education, Swami Vivekanand Subharti University, Meerut.



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The impact of Individualised Education Programmes (IEPs) on student achievement is investigated in this study. We discovered that IEPs have a major positive impact on the academic achievement of kids with special needs through a mixed-methods approach that included surveys and interviews with educators and students. According to the results, individualised lesson plans are essential for meeting each student's unique learning needs and enhancing their overall performance. Customising instructional practices, family involvement, and the degree of teacher support are important aspects that impact how effective IEPs are. The study comes to the conclusion that, when implemented with sufficient resources and support, IEPs play a significant role in raising student achievement. These findings highlight the necessity of parents participating actively in the IEP process and of educators receiving continual professional development.


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DOI: 10.36676/girt.v12.i1.03
Published: 16-06-2024

How to Cite

Dr. Ragini. Srivastava. (2024). The Influence of Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) on Student Achievement. Global International Research Thoughts, 12(1), 22–29.



Original Research Article