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Special Offer on Wrightslaw: IDEA 2004
June 28 - July 15, 2005

IDEA 2004 goes into effect on July 1, 2005. Wrightslaw: IDEA 2004 is available today.

Harbor House Law Press advises that Wrightslaw: IDEA 2004 is at the printer. Harbor House will ship the print publication during the second week of August, 2005. The Wrightslaw: IDEA 2004 e-book is available now.

Wrightslaw: IDEA 2004

Wrightslaw: IDEA 2004 (ISBN: 1-892320-05-3) by Peter W. D. Wright, Esq. and Pamela Darr Wright includes the full text of Parts A and B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEA 2004) with commentary, cross-references, strategies, and resources.

Wrightslaw: IDEA 2004 includes several appendices, a glossary of acronyms, abbreviations and terms, and a bibliography of resources.

Get Answers to Questions

The reauthorized Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2004 is confusing to most parents, educators, and even to many attorneys. Ignorance of the law can be as damaging as the child’s disability. 

What does the law say about Individualized Educational Programs (IEPs) and IEP teams? Transition plans? What does the law say about reviewing and revising IEPs? Multi-year IEPs? Who may be excused from IEP meetings and under what circumstances?

What are early intervening services? Who is eligible for early intervening services? Who is entitled to accommodations? Alternate assessments?

What are the requirements for highly qualified special education teachers? When do these requirements go into effect? How can special education teachers meet these highly qualified teacher requirements?

What does the law say about evaluations, reevaluations and parental consent? What does the law say about using discrepancy formulas, response to intervention, and research-based interventions to identify children with learning disabilities?

What does the law say about independent educational evaluations? Parent access to education records? Mediation? Parent notice? Prior written notice? Due Process Complaint Notice? What are the new requirements for due process hearings? Resolution sessions? Qualifications for hearing officers? Attorneys' fees?

Wrightslaw: IDEA 2004 will help you find answers to your questions in the reauthorized statute.


Formats: Print, E-book - or Both

Wrightslaw: IDEA 2004 is available as a print book, an e-book - or both.

Print publication (168 pages, 8 1/2" x 11", perfect bound, $14.95 plus shipping). Ship date: 2nd week of August.

E-book
(168 pages, 8 1/2" x 11", $9.95). When you purchase the e-book (PDF format), you can download it within minutes. You can read it on your computer or print it out on your printer. There is no shipping or sales tax on e-books. Learn about e-books.

E-book & Print Combo: You receive
Wrightslaw: IDEA 2004 as an e-book immediately and the print edition in August ($19.95)


Prepublication Offer: June 28-July 15, 2005

People who order the E-book & Print Combo between Tuesday, June 28 and Friday, July 15 will receive a "$10 Off Coupon" that may be applied to the purchase of Wrightslaw: Special Education Law, 2nd Edition. (will be published after the final special education regulations are published in Winter 2005/6)

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Wrightslaw: IDEA 2004 is only available from Wrightslaw and Harbor House Law Press.


What is an "E-book"?

An "e-book" or "electronic book" is delivered or downloaded in electronic form. An e-book is less expensive because our costs are lower. An e-book is not taxable and there are no shipping fees.

When you purchase the e-book, you will receive a URL that you will click on. This will begin a download of the file onto your computer.

Depending on the speed of your connection and the size of the e-book, this can take a few seconds to a few minutes to complete.

The Wrightslaw: IDEA 2004 e-book is in PDF format. To read it, you will need the free Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader, which is probably already installed on your computer. If you don't have Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader, download a FREE copy here

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Pete and Pam Wright
Wrightslaw & The Special Ed Advocate
P. O. Box 1008
Deltaville, VA 23043
Website: http://www.wrightslaw.com
Email: newsletter@wrightslaw.com