Wright Tote IEP Kit: New! at Wrightslaw

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It’s IEP Season! Are you toting the right stuff to IEP meetings?

When you take The Wright Tote to your next IEP meeting, you’ll know the power of getting organized! Check out our three new tote options in the Advocate’s Store.

See all advocacy supplies and accessories in the Advocate’s Store

Special Introductory Offer is available from April 1 – April 10. Order today!

The Wright Tote is the perfect size for on-the-go storage and organization of your child’s records, special education file, and IEP notes – all in one place!

Wright Tote – Special Introductory Price: $12.95


Are you ready to advocate? Here is a list of supplies that will help you get started. The Wright Tote IEP Kit contains:

  • The Wright Tote
  • 3-ring notebook for your child’s educational file
  • Pen/Highlighter Combo
  • Package of sticky notes
  • #10 Envelopes
  • Calendar
  • Journal
  • Contact log
  • Recipe Cards: 1 More Hour of Services Chocolate Chip Cookies and Team Building Truffles

IEP Kit – Special Introductory Price: $29.95


This power packed Wright Tote IEP Kit includes everything in the IEP Tote Kit plus the “best sellers”:

MM writes, “I’m writing to find out how I can order this fantastic tote. It’s literally my dream come true!”

IEP Kit plus Books – Special Introductory Price: $69.95

Check out our complete new line of advocacy supplies and accessories in the Advocate’s Store

  1. Deb: The Wrightslaw IEP Kit includes the advocacy supplies listed above. The “power packed Wrightslaw Tote IEP Kit” includes everything in the Wrightslaw IEP Kit AND the two best-selling books:

    Wrightslaw: Special Education Law, 2nd Edition

    Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy, 2nd Edition

    Both books are current. The books will be revised after the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act is reauthorized. This law will not be reauthorized soon.

  2. Does the kit include the most current edition or is there a more current edition to come out in the near future therefore the offer. If it carries the most current issue to be had in the next year, …than I plan to buy. Thanks

    • Thanks, David!

      Our staff came up with the idea of The Wright Tote and the IEP Kit several months ago. They investigated companies that make promotional products, designed the tote, decided what to include in the IEP Kit – they did a fantastic job.

      In January, we did a fundraiser for the new Special Education Advocacy Clinic at William & Mary Law School. The law students enrolled in the Clinic help parents get better services for their children. Pete and I also began teaching a Special Education Law & Advocacy course as adjunct law professors.

      One goal of the clinic and course is to increase the number of attorneys who can take on these cases. At the fundraiser, the dean of the law school gave us ball caps and shirts embroidered with the words Wrightslaw Army.

      If folks have ideas about other useful and/or fun products, let us know!

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