Kim Riley never anticipated she would have to battle or provide testimony before her school board.
But, Kim realized if the district continued to put up road blocks, use stall tactics, and turn a blind eye to the truth, her son and other kids with disabilities would never learn and live up to their potential.
Kim created a paper trail and used her advocacy skills learned at a Wrightslaw Conference to battle the school board. She won a private placement for her son.
In light of yesterday's Supreme Court Opinion and the Wrightslaw alert to you about it, Kim's success story is timely.
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you'll find the story of Kim's battle and learn the importance of documenting events.
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