Daily Monitoring & Feedback: Frequently parents and guardians attend annual IEP meetings or receive trimester reports only to learn that their student has not met important goals or objectives. When a student fails to meet a goal or objective, this is typically an indication to the IEP team that a program, setting, support or service should be changed. Unfortunately, in most instances, a substantial amount of valuable educational time has passed before the full team learns of this information. To avoid such educational delays, the ELC Academy provides detailed daily work & progress reports where appropriate to keep all members of the educational team (which includes the parents/guardians!) aware of the work expected of and achieved by the student. This form of effective collaboration ensures that the student's daily activities are individualized to help the student achieve success in all academic and behavior-related areas so that IEP goals and curriculum standards have a greater likelihood of being met.