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Circulation: 91,875
ISSN: 1538-320
August 27, 2013

Summer School 2013: Part 4

Are you ready to advocate? How will you know?

You'll know you are ready when a parent comes to you and...

  • you know what to do
  • you know how to do it

Keep up your reading, education, practice, and training. Good Luck!

In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you'll get more tips and tools for good advocates. Read an advocate's success story and download your certificate.

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10 Tips for Good Advocates

Learn how to polish the art of negotiation to a fine finish.

Indiana Advocate Pat Howey says, "There are more ways to obtain positive results than to roar through IEP meetings in a Mack Truck."

Read 10 Tips for Good Advocates


Susan Bruce Regional Education Coordinator PRO parents of SC

From Victim to a Mighty Advocate

From anger to advocacy - how one mom turned things around for her children. Advocate Susan Bruce empowers other parents to advocate for appropriate services.

Susan has trained over 2000 parents and professionals on the IDEA and effective advocacy skills as an education coordinator and parent trainer for South Carolina's Parent Training and Information Center.


The Wright Tote IEP Kit

Tools for Good Advocates

Get organized for the next IEP meeting with The Wright Tote. The perfect size for on the go storage and organization of your files and IEP notes - all in one place!

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Your Certificate!

Congratulations! You have completed Summer School 2013: So You Want to be an Advocate?

You've learned the basics of becoming a special education advocate and how they improve the lives of children with disabilities and their families.

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