Alert - Join Pete and Pam Wright in Edmond, Oklahoma for a Free Special Education Legal & Advocacy Program!
and Pam will do a full day of special education legal and advocacy
training in Edmond, Oklahoma on Saturday, December 6, 2003. The program
will focus on four areas; special education law, rights and responsibilities;
tests and measurements to measure progress & regression; SMART
IEPs; and an introduction to tactics & strategies for effective
Registration is FREE for Oklahoma parents (and primary educational caregivers) of students with disabilities.
You will receive two books - Wrightslaw: Special Education Law and Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy (value: $59.90). Books may not be available to last minute registrations and walk-ins. The Wrightslaw: No Child Left Behind book will be available at the conference.
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For information, please call Oklahoma
Disability Law Center.
Special Education Law
Tests & Measurements 101
& Strategies for Effective Advocacy
Wrightslaw: Seminars & Training Programs
What People Are Saying . . .
"Wow! I do advocacy training and got lots of great ideas from your presentation. The bell curve is powerful. I have taught several people how to do this and they are amazed. I may even give that test!"
attended your Oklahoma Bootcamp. When I returned, I attended a meeting
with our Special Education Advocacy staff where I was asked to explain
discrepency theory. Imagine my joy when I stepped up to the easel
and drew the bell curve with accurate figures and explanations!"
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