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Online Universities.com50 Best Blogs for Special Education Teachers. In the "Special Ed Law" category, The Wrightslaw Way was selected as one of the 50 Best Blogs for Special Education Teachers that provides tips and strategies, focuses on assistive technology, explores specific learning challenges, shares information about news, policy, and law, and more from other educators working in the field of Special Education. Online Universities.com (12/09)

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The WEGO Health team of expert researchers and community members has awarded Wrightslaw the Recommended Resource award.  This signifies recognition that Wrightslaw is one of the best resources on the Web for some health information. We're currently featuring it on our Type of Autism topic page. (01/08)

School Psychologist Files Selects Wrightslaw.com for the Outstanding Website Award - The Wrightslaw website is a great resource for parents or professionals looking to understand special education law. Interpretations of several aspects of IDEIA 2004 are available. Wrightslaw makes it easier to stay up to date with changes. It simplifies some of the content and explains laws for those involved with Special Education. (11/07)

Exceptional Parent Magazine selects Wrightslaw: Special Education Law, 2nd Edition and From Emotions to Advocacy to receive their EP Symbol of Excellence. Tricia Luker of Exceptional Parent Magazine writes "Through Wrightslaw and From Emotions to Advocacy Pete and Pam Wright have provided a great service to parents, educators, advocates and attorneys, providing them with hands-on resources that pack power to the punch. We proudly award both books [Wrightslaw: Special Education Law, 2nd Edition and From Emotions to Advocacy] the EP Symbol of Excellence." (2/14/07)

Pete and Pam Wright Receive 2006 Smart Kids Community Service Award - Dave Neeleman, CEO of JetBlue, presents Peter and Pamela Wright with the 2006 Community Service Award from Smart Kids with LD. (06/27/06)

haberman educational foundationPete and Pam Wright Recipients of the Upton Sinclair Award of Influential Educators - The Haberman Foundation announced that Pete and Pam Wright were recipients of their Annual Upton Sinclair Award of Influential Educators. "Pete and Pam Wright have done more for parents of special needs children than anyone in the last five years. Their publications, presentations, workshops, newsletters and materials have assisted parents in navigating the Special Education maze." (01/02/06)

Forbes Selects Wrightslaw as a "Best of the Web" site. At Wrightslaw, "you'll find clear, helpful information about what your child is entitled to from the education system. The state-by-state Yellow Pages for Kids with Disabilities doesn't merely list experts and organizations; it walks you through different approaches to finding them and allows you to choose one you can feel comfortable with." (4/15/05)

aegis awardSurviving Due Process: When Parents and the School Board Disagree - Stephen Jeffers v. School Board won an an 'Award of Excellence' from the Aegis Awards. (VAVS Productions 2004 Winner) The Aegis Awards is one of the oldest and most respected video/film production contests in the United States, founded by an independent group of directors and producers. It is the only competition that features true peer judging by fellow producers, directors, cameramen, editors, and other professionals who work in the video/film industry every day. (1/9/05)


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