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Alert: Free Stuff from Wrightslaw 

We are celebrating the fourth printing of Wrightslaw: Special Education Law! 

To help celebrate, Harbor House Law Press is offering a great new promotion .   

If you purchase one copy of Wrightslaw: Special Education Law (ISBN: 1-892320-03-7 $29.95) from a retail over-the-counter bookstore between November 21, 2000 and December 25, 2000 AND fulfill the conditions listed below, Harbor House Law Press will send you the Wrightslaw Companion CD-ROM (Value: $14.95 ), our new monograph WRIGHTSLAW: SMART IEPs and the companion reference article, "IEPs: LEGAL REFERENCES (Value: $14.95). 

Contents of WRIGHTSLAW: SMART IEPs 

  • Wrightslaw: SMART IEPs. (in pdf) A new 20 page monograph about S.M.A.R.T. IEPs taken from our upcoming book, WRIGHTSLAW: SMART IEPs. SMART IEPs is scheduled for publication in 2001. 
  • Wrightslaw IEPs: Legal References. This 35 page publication includes the federal statute, federal regulations, and Appendix A about IEPs. When you have questions about IEPs, you can turn to Wrightslaw IEPs: Legal References for answers.
Contents of WRIGHTSLAW COMPANION CD-ROM 

1. WRIGHTSLAW: SPECIAL EDUCATION LAW - ALL (entire book as one PDF File)  

2. WRIGHTSLAW: SPECIAL EDUCATION LAW, BY CHAPTER (each chapter is a separate PDF File)  

(NOTE: Having WRIGHTSLAW: SPECIAL EDUCATION LAW available as one file AND by chapter is designed to make it easier for you to do research and find specific information in the book. ) 

3. FEDERAL REGISTER, March 12, 1999 (Vol. 64, No. 48) that includes the IDEA Regulations, and extensive explanations, commentary and attachments.  

4. THE IDEA COMPLIANCE REPORT, "Back to School on Civil Rights, released by the National Council on Disability on January 25, 2000.  

We added hundreds of links to the IDEA Compliance Report to help you find important and relevant information more easily. We believe Back to School on Civil Rights should be available to all parents, advocates and attorneys who represent children with disabilities.  

5. ADOBE ACROBAT READER 4.05 

Specifications: This CD-ROM is a "hybrid" so it can be read by Windows and Macintosh platforms.  

With this Offer, you receive free products valued at $29.90 and save $3.95 on shipping, for a total savings of $33.85!

If you already own WRIGHTSLAW: SPECIAL EDUCATION LAW, don't let that stop you from getting a second copy. 
See what other people are doing with their "Second Books."

WRIGHTSLAW: SPECIAL EDUCATION LAW makes a wonderful gift for a friend, family member, neighbor, or special educator. 

* CONDITIONS * 

Please send 

1. Your ORIGINAL SALES RECEIPT that includes the book title, purchase price, date of purchase, AND the name and location of the bookstore 

AND 

2. Your name, shipping address, telephone number, email address  

TO

WRIGHTSLAW PROMOTIONS 
Harbor House Law Press 
P. O. Box 480 
Hartfield, VA 23071 

* LIMITATIONS *

1. This Offer is good until DECEMBER 26, 2000. The envelope that contains your sales receipt and shipping information must be postmarked NO LATER THAN Tuesday, DECEMBER 26, 2000

2. This Offer is limited to purchases from retail bookstores. This Offer does NOT apply to books purchased directly from Harbor House Law Press, from online bookstores (i.e., Amazon.com, B&N.com, etc.), or the Wrightslaw web site, NOR to books purchased BEFORE November 21, 2000. 

3. This Offer is limited to ONE per household. 

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