the Attorney: What is an independent educational evaluation?
When is it appropriate? Who pays?
1. Ask the Attorney: Independent Educational Evaluations by Wayne Steedman, Esq.
you are like most parents, you are confused about independent
educational evaluations (IEEs) - who qualifies and how these evaluations
more about evaluations,
tests and testing.
Ask the Advocate: Why
Do Schools Draw Lines in the Sand?
"Why do schools draw lines in the sand?"
special education services are individualized, intensive and
expensive. Schools often balk at providing intensive services.
What can you do?
Read more articles by Pat Howey in Ask the Advocate.
As a member of the Wrightslaw Speaker's Bureau, Pat Howey presents From Emotions to Advocacy programs and special education law and advocacy training seminars.
3. Wrightslaw Special Ed Law & Advocacy Boot Camp in Oklahoma City on Dec 2-3, 2005
will receive two books: Wrightslaw:
IDEA 2004 and the new 2nd edition of Wrightslaw:
From Emotions to Advocacy - The Special Education Survival
Guide (value: $35.) Registration
will learn about changes in IDEA
2004 because what you
don't know about IDEA 2004 CAN hurt you! You
will also also learn how to:
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