Special Ed Advocate Newsletter
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Wrightslaw, our goals are to help you gain the information and
skills you need to navigate the confusing world of special
is out - the long, dark wait; bill to gut No Child Left Behind
introduced in House; 4 important definitions of reading in NCLB;
join Pete and Pam for advocacy training programs in NC, MS, NY;
new issue of The Beacon; glossaries of special ed and assessment
1. Power Is Out - Our Long, Dark Wait
monitored Hurricane Isabel for two weeks before she made
landfall on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. We knew we were
at risk from flooding, storm surge, downed trees, blocked roads,
and power outages.
2. Bill to Gut NCLB Introduced in the House of Representatives
September 9, 2003, four members of the House of Representatives
introduced H. R. 3049, a bill to gut the No Child Left Behind
Our new book, Wrightslaw: No Child Left Behind, will be published in Fall 2003. Subscribers will receive an email alert about a special pre-publication offer when the book goes off to the printer.
more about Wrightslaw:
No Child Left Behind - and check out that cover!
3. 4 Great Definitions About Reading in the No Child Left Behind Act
of their "category" or label, most kids with
disabilities have significant deficits in reading. No
Child Left Behind includes four important legal definitions:
Pete is using these definitions successfully in cases.
4. Join Pete and Pam for an Advocacy Training Program
"Your boot camp was the most useful CLE I've ever attended. CLEs are notoriously boring and unpleasant. Your program was neither and I learned a lot, even as an experienced practitioner in the field." - Rob Mead, KU Wheat Law Library
Wrightslaw training programs focus on four areas: special education laws, rights & responsibilities; how to use the bell curve to measure progress & regression; SMART IEPs; and tactics & strategies for effective advocacy.
attended your Boot Camp with two coworkers. We learned SO MUCH
in those two days! Your books could not be more helpful to
anyone who works with special education students." -
Christie from Kansas
5. Coming Soon! New Issue Of The Beacon
Beacon: The Journal of Special Education Law and Practice
is a multi-disciplinary electronic journal of special education
law and practice published by Harbor
House Law Press.
The Beacon publishes articles and essays for attorneys, advocates and others who are interested in special education law and practice. Each issue focuses on a theme and includes practical and theoretical articles.
The theme of next issue of The Beacon is "Reexamining Rowley, Educational Benefit & FAPE" Previous issues dealt with mediation and negotiation, documents, and expert witnesses. You can read these issues in the Beacon Archives.
6. Do You Need a Good Glossary?
Do you teach a class about special education or special ed law? Are you looking for definitions of legal and special Ed terms?
Get our Glossary of Special Ed & Legal Terms. In html
7. Subscription & Contact Info
The Special Ed Advocate is a free online newsletter about special education legal and advocacy issues, cases, and tactics and strategies. Subscribers receive "alerts" about new cases, events, and special offers on Wrightslaw books.
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