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Wrightslaw: Special Education Law (ISBN 1-892320-03-7) contains IDEA 97, not IDEA 2004. For that reason it is out of print.
Wrightslaw: Special Education Law (ISBN 1-892320-03-7) is published by Harbor House Law Press, Inc.
are involved with special education, you should read this book."
Sandra Koser Steingart, Ph.D, School
Psychology Resources Online.
great resource for parents and professionals!” - Michael B. Brown,
Ph. D, North Carolina
What does the law say about discipline? Positive behavioral intervention plans? Interim alternative placements? Manifestation Review Hearings?
What does the law say about parent notice? Independent educational evaluations? Tuition reimbursement? Mediation? Due process?
Where can you find accurate answers to your questions about special education law? Look it up in Wrightslaw: Special Education Law. (ISBN: 1-892320-03-7; 386 pages; 1999; $29.95)
Wrightslaw: Special Education Law will help you find answers to your questions about the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
Special Education Law is designed to meet the needs of school psychologists
and educational diagnosticians, child advocates and attorneys, school
administrators - and the parents and teachers who are working in the trenches.
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About the Authors
Pete Wright, an attorney with a disability, has represented children with disabilities and their parents for more than 20 years. Pete argued and won a landmark special education case before the U. S. Supreme Court.
Pam Wright, a psychotherapist, has written dozens of articles about special education advocacy.
Pete and Pam built Wrightslaw, the #1 site about special education law and advocacy for parents, attorneys, advocates, and educators. Pam & Pete also publish The Special Ed Advocate, the free online newsletter about special education legal issues, cases, tactics and strategy, effective educational methods, and Internet links.
Special Education Law
Peter W. D. Wright and Pamela Darr Wright
is published by
Harbor House Law Press, Inc.