A draft IEP is any potential change to a student's IEP that is pre-written prior to the IEP meeting for review.
2. Is my child's school required to make a draft of the IEP?
7. Does this rule apply to a behavior intervention plan?
If your child's IEP says that behavior is being addressed through a functional behavior assessment (FBA) or a behavior intervention plan (BIP) and the school is proposing a change to those documents, then YES, they would still need to follow this rule and give you a copy of any drafts created unless you opt out of receiving it.
8. If I am a surrogate or foster parent, will I still get a copy of the draft IEP?
If you have been designated as a surrogate or foster parent according to the state's rules and definitions, then YES you will still be able to receive a copy of the draft IEP.