Do you want to learn more about special education rights & responsibilities? Do you want to fine-tune your advocacy skills? Do you need to prepare for the next IEP meeting?
Please join Pete and Pam Wright in Wichita for a Wrightslaw Boot Camp, a two-day intensive training program in special education law and advocacy.
On Monday, you'll learn about special education law, rights and responsibilities, No Child Left Behind, and how to use the bell curve to measure educational progress or regression. On Tuesday, you'll learn about SMART IEPs and strategies for effective advocacy (see agenda below).
test your knowledge and skills and give you feedback about your progress.
Registration fee for parents: By August 18, $129 for one person, $195 for two people (1 set of books); after August 18, $158 for one person, $240 for two people (1 set of books).
This program has been approved for 14 CLE credits.
For registration information about this two-day Wrightslaw Boot Camp, please download the conference flyer from
For more info about the Wichita Boot Camp, including hotels, directions, and things to do, go to:
Call Brenda Montoya at (316) 634-8792 or e-mail her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, August 25, 2003
Special Education Law
Tests & Measurements & Bell Curve
Tuesday, August 26, 2003
Review of Tests & Measurement, Bell Curve
& Strategies for Effective Advocacy
For more information about the Wichita Bootcamp, including directions, hotels, airline info, please go to:
Wrightslaw: Seminars & Training Programs
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What People Are Saying . . .
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