In This Issue . . .
August 2, 2011
Letter writing is essential to advocacy. When you write a letter, you want someone to read it. When you follow the strategies for writing good letters, you increase the odds that someone will read and respond to your letter. Your letter will accomplish your purpose.
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you will learn the qualities of good letters and how to avoid the pitfalls of letter writing. You'll find editing and presentation techniques that will enhance the effectiveness of your letters to the school.
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Letter Writing Tips
Check out this fact sheet on Letter Writing Tips. Get quick tips on:
- Writing the right person,what to include, how long,
- Image, presentation, setting the tone
- Deadlines, delivery options
- What to do if you don't get a response