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Super Deals from Wrightslaw Through February 28!

Thank You!

Last week we passed the 21,000 subscriber mark for The Special Ed Advocate newsletter!

We want to thank you for your support and for telling for your friends about the newsletter. Your personal recommendations are making a big difference -- and your friends are learning more about special education law and advocacy. 

We also want to thank you for downloading and distributing the Wrightslaw flyer too - you are helping to educate others. 

IEP time is just around the corner. If you are a parent who represents your child's interests, you need to begin preparing for that IEP meeting now. If you are an advocate or educator, you need to know what the law really says about special education rights and responsibilities. Reviews.
If you've been thinking about ordering Wrightslaw: Special Education Law, act now! You can order from the Wrightslaw store, or by phone, fax or mail

If you are organizing a conference, check out the Advocacy Challenge Discount Program - your organization can get big discounts on Wrightslaw publications. 

Free Shipping - Save $4.95 

Between February 12 and February 28, Harbor House Law Press is offering FREE SHIPPING on all Wrightslaw products! (No minimum order)

Deluxe Edition - Save $5.00 

Between February 12 and February 28, you can get the Deluxe Edition of Wrightslaw: Special Education Law (Retail: $39.95) for $34.95 -  a savings of $5.00! The Deluxe Edition includes the Wrightslaw Companion CD-ROM (Value $19.95).

Contents of the 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, along with extensive explanations, commentary and attachments. 

4. The IDEA Compliance Report, "Back to School on Civil Rights, published by the National Council on Disability. 

(NOTE: The IDEA Compliance Report is included in the Wrightslaw Companion CD-ROM because we believe the information in this comprehensive report should be available to all parents, advocates and attorneys who represent the interests of children with disabilities.) 

5. Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.05 

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

Best Deal - Save $9.95!

Order the Deluxe Edition of Wrightslaw: Special Education Law - and save $9.95! ($5.00 on book + $4.95 on Shipping)

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