Measuring Progress - Tests and Measurements for the Parent, Teacher, Advocate and Attorney by Pete and Pam Wright (Wrightslaw)
Wrightslaw publishes books on legal aspects of special education. This web page was linked to from the Lexia sight. It provides advice on how to measure progress. This is vital material to write into an IEP. I wonder if the IEP can also include a "Plan B" -- what do do if the benchmarks aren't being met.