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July 31, 2001

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Save $12.95 On Tactics & Strategy Manual

Today, Marcie wrote, "How I wish I read these articles before today's meeting. I'm afraid I impressed the IEP team as a know-it-all parent."

"Now I realize that this impression may create problems getting my daughter the services she needs. I understand that I need to develop a different relationship with the IEP team."

"I am drafting a letter to the team leader, thanking her for her efforts on my child's behalf. I will use this letter to clarify and explain things . . "

Do you know how to write "Letters to the Stranger"? Do you know how to ask 5 W's + H + E questions? Is your child's file organized?

Are your emotions under control? Do you understand school culture? Do you know how to negotiate?

If you are like many folks, you don't want to think about school or special education. To make August a little easier, we are having a Summer Sale!

Between July 31 and August 15, you can order the e-book (electronic) version of our TACTICS & STRATEGY MANUAL for just $11.95! The TACTICS & STRATEGY MANUAL will teach you to anticipate problems, manage conflict, and avoid crises.

What is an E-Book?

An e-book is an electronic or digital version of a book. The TACTICS & STRATEGY e-book is a pdf file. The e-book version of the TACTICS & STRATEGY MANUAL includes the complete 140 page manual.

The TACTICS & STRATEGY MANUAL includes 17 chapters

Ch. 1. Emergency! Crisis! Help!
Ch. 2. From Emotions to Advocacy
Ch. 3. The Amazing Power of School Culture
Ch. 4. Understanding the Nature of Conflict
Ch. 5. Overview
Ch. 6. Assumptions
Ch. 7. Image and Presentation
Ch. 8. First Steps
Ch. 9. The Art of Writing Letters
Ch. 10. 12 Rules for Writing Great Letters
Ch. 11. The "Letter to the Stranger"
Ch. 12. School Meetings
Ch. 13. Representing the Special Education Child
Ch. 14. Anatomy of a Case
Ch. 15. Carter: U. S. District Court Decision
Ch. 16. Carter: Fourth Circuit Decision
Ch. 17: Carter: U. S. Supreme Court Decision

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Save the file on your hard drive. You can open and print the manual from your hard drive. Remember where you saved it!

We posted this page to answer questions about e-books.

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"When I read the Tactics & Strategy Manual, I saw us on every page. Although we've shot ourselves in the foot more than once, I learned that we've done some things right."

"I have two children in special education. Before I found your books and site, I was helpless to advocate for them. Now I am using your Tactics & Strategy Manual to help others. Thank you!"

"You have started fires all around the country!With your books and site, parents can learn everything they need to know to advocate for their children. You tell us what not to waste our time on - and what really matters."

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