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January 13, 2015
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The first issue of The Special Ed Advocate went out to 200 people in April, 1998.
Today, 98,627 people receive a copy of the weekly newsletter.
It's time for our annual progress report - and a big thank you from the Wrightslaw staff.
Wrightslaw continues to change and grow. You, our subscribers, are a big part of that progress!
We are blessed to have so many people who offer advice and ideas, send new cases, and share their struggles and successes.
We are grateful for your enthusiastic response to our website, books, and training programs.
We appreciate your emails and letters, your questions and comments on the Wrightslaw Way Blog, and your participation on YouTube and FB.
Thanks again for your input, encouragement, and support during the past year.
Pam & Pete Wright
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Top 10 Articles in 2014
1. Understanding Dysgraphia
2. Tests and Measurements for the Parent, Teacher, Advocate & Attorney by Pete Wright, Esq. and Pam Wright, M.A., M.S.W.
3. My Child with a 504 Plan is Failing, School Won't Help
4. 12 Rules for Writing GREAT Letters by Pamela Wright, MA, MSW.
5. The Child Find Mandate: What Does It Mean to You? by Pam and Pete Wright.
6. Discipline: Suspensions, Expulsions, and IEPs by Robert Crabtree, Esq.
7. Your Child's IEP: Practical and Legal Guidance for Parents by Pam and Pete Wright.
8. Independent Educational Evaluations: What? Why? How? Who Pays? by Wayne Steedman, Esq.
9. What Type of Training is Required to Become an Advocate? by Suzanne Whitney.
10. How to Request a One-to-one Paraprofessional for Your Child by Wayne Steedman, Esq.
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