What Are Pete Wright’s Predictions in Perez v. Sturgis?

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Miguel Luna Perez (from Perez family)

On January 18, 2023, the Supreme Court heard Oral Argument in Perez v Sturgis Public Schools. What is this case about? Why does the case matter? Who is likely to prevail? Continue Reading →

Special Education Advocacy Summit (SEAS) – Registration Deadline Extended!

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Registration Deadline Extended to January 15, 2023! Don’t Miss Out on this Opportunity! The St. Mary’s University School of Law is presenting the Special Education Advocacy Summit (SEAS), a two Continue Reading →

ALL Wrightslaw Products 25% OFF!

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ALL Wrightslaw Products are 25% OFF. Books, PDFs, E-Pubs, Kindles, Training Downloads and Advocacy Supplies. Order and Save 25% Today! Use Coupon Code 11302022 when ordering. Be sure to Apply Continue Reading →

Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Training in Atlanta, GA

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This Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Conference, a Wrightslaw training program featuring Pete Wright, Esq., is being sponsored by the National Down Syndrome Congress (NDSC). The program will be Continue Reading →

Wrightslaw Training in Sturbridge, MA on September 29th

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Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Conference, a Wrightslaw training program featuring Pete Wright, Esq., is being sponsored by HMEA’s Autism Resource Central. Conference fee includes refreshments, lunch, a Wrightslaw Continue Reading →

Find Your Dream Job: Know Your Interests, Aptitudes and Personality

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“My son is 21 and attends a local college.  He likes computers but has trouble passing the classes required for computer technology. He gets F’s.  He seems depressed and lost.  Continue Reading →

Did the School District Restrain and/or Isolate Young Children with Disabilities?

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In October 2020, the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division opened an investigation into seclusion and restraint against children with disabilities in Frederick County Public Schools (MD). On December 1, Continue Reading →

Long COVID under Section 504 and IDEA: A Resource Guide for Children, Students, Educators, Schools, Service Providers, and Families

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Many children and young adults who planned to return to school in the fall struggle to recover from “long COVID.” The terms “long COVID” and “long haul COVID” refer to Continue Reading →

Justice Department Settles with Florida District in Class Removals Discrimination Case

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On August 3, 2021, the Department of Justice reached a settlement under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) with Volusia County Schools (Florida) to address allegations that the district punished Continue Reading →

8 Frequently Asked Questions about Compensatory Education

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As schools reopen, expect the IEP team to schedule a meeting or meetings to discuss your child’s eligibility for compensatory education. As your child’s advocate, you need to learn all you can about compensatory education now. Your child has no more time to waste. Continue Reading →

Train at Home with Wrightslaw! Earn CEU’s!

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Learn in the comfort of your home with the Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Training. All you need is a computer or device and speakers! Now Available as an Continue Reading →

Sale Ends Monday, August 10th – Summer Reading Sale! Save 25% on ALL Wrightslaw Products!

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Save 25% on ALL Wrightslaw products during our Summer Reading Sale! Immediate Training downloads and publications in all formats! Advocacy Supplies too! For bulk order discounts up to 50% call Continue Reading →

Pete and Pam Wright Answer Questions about Compensatory Education, IEPs and IEP Meetings in New Webinar

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In May 2020, Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge invited four special education attorneys to a webinar for parents,  “Special Education in the COVID-19 Quarantine.” The attorneys, Pete Wright, Jack Robinson, Piper Paul, Continue Reading →

Crip Camp – A Disability Revolution Premieres on Netflix

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Teenagers support one another

** New York Times Critics Pick** “No matter how fondly you recall your time at sleepaway camp, chances are your experiences weren’t as formative as the ones recounted in “Crip Continue Reading →