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Advocating for Your Child - Getting Started. Good special education services are intensive and expensive. Resources are limited. If you have a child with special needs, you may wind up battling the school district for the services your child needs. To prevail, you need information, skills, and tools.
Wrightslaw Game Plan for New Parents. Introductory article; focuses on importance of planning and preparation.
Representing the Special Ed Child: A Manual for the Attorney and Lay Advocate. Comprehensive article about representing the child with a disability, from analyzing legal issues, legal principles, analyzing evidence, getting additional evidence, through the due process hearing.
Three Generations at the Supreme Court. Attorney Pete Wright (who has dyslexia) represented Shannon Carter (who has dyslexia) before the U. S. Supreme Court.