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The Special Ed Advocate Newsletter
September 26, 2001

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Last week, we advised you that the Tactics & Strategy Manual was being discontinued because our new book, From Emotions to Advocacy, would be available soon.

Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy is at the printer. We approved the bluelines yesterday. We will receive the book from the printer in two to three weeks.

Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy is a 380+ page book that teaches information and skills. In FETA, you will learn about the special education system, the playing field, and issues that make parent-school conflict inevitable.

You will learn about the child's disability, how the disability affects the child, and appropriate educational and remediation techniques. You will learn about tests and measurements, how to measure educational progress, and how to write SMART IEP goals and objectives.

In FETA, you will learn how to use tactics and strategies to prevent problems or resolve problems early. We teach you about parent-school conflict, how to deal with difficult people, and how to use worksheets to prepare for meetings. You will learn how to create paper trails and write letters.

The book includes forms, worksheets, and sample letters that you can adopt to your circumstances.

From Emotions to Advocacy (FETA) is more than a book. FETA has a companion web site called FetaWeb that is under construction. The FetaWeb site tracks the contents of the book. You can download articles, worksheets, forms, and tip sheets from the FetaWeb site.


Pre-Publication Offer - Free Priority Mail Shipping

Between Tuesday, September 25 and Friday, October 5, 2001, you can order From Emotions to Advocacy - The Special Education Survival Guide by Pete and Pam Wright. The book retails for $29.95.

To launch the new book, Harbor House Law Press is offering Free Priority Mail Shipping (Value: $4.95) on From Emotions to Advocacy & Wrightslaw: Special Education Law.

Harbor House Law Press will also donate $2.00 for each copy of FETA to benefit the victims of the World Trade Center attack.

3 Ways to Order

1. Internet - Order through our secure Internet Store.

2. Toll-Free Fax - Download the Order Form at the Wrightslaw site. Fill in the fields and fax to 800-863-5348.

3. U. S. Mail - Download and print the Order form at the Wrightslaw site.

Send your order to Harbor House Law Press, P. O. Box 480, Hartfield, VA 23071.

To Learn More

To learn more about Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy, read early reviews, and download the Table of Contents, Introduction, and Index, go to Wrightslaw site.

Bulk Orders

Advocacy groups are using the Advocacy Challenge Bulk Discount Program to purchase Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy.

Groups want to have FETA for their Fall conferences and / or make the book available for their members. For information about bulk discounts, please go to the Wrightslaw site.

To make sure you get a copy of Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy, order now! Harbor House Law Press will fill orders on a first come, first serve basis.

FETA is only available through Wrightslaw and Harbor House Law Press. FETA will not be available from bookstores for at least two or three months.

Please share this OFFER with a friend!


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