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What are people saying about Wrightslaw and The Special Ed Advocate? 
 
"Your website is an oasis of  knowledge about special ed law. We will come back again and again, until we have swallowed enough information to establish a useful IEP program for our daughter. Thank you!"

"As a parent of LD children, I am lucky to have found this site. Every time I click on, I learn something new, some new twist to ed law. Thank you for the hard work you put into this web site." 

"I am a retired teacher who owns an education consulting service. Your site is a God-send! It has valuable info that I, among many, can use. Keep up the good work!"
 
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"I wanted to write and tell you how much I appreciate your web site, and all the information that is available.  I have used it and used it and used it!"

"What I especially like is that you urge parents to maintain good relationships with their districts -- so many advocacy sites don't do that, and anger destroys so much of what we are working for!  All schools need to do is be stung by one parent, and the damage flows right to the next parent who asks for something! Thank you!"

"Just want to make sure you realize how important the work you do is . . . We love you for it. Thanks again."

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