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It’s a New Year…so lets get organized! Our goal is to provide individuals with the knowledge and skills to advocate effectively for children with disabilities.

Because Wrightslaw speakers have years of experience in special education law and advocacy, we tell you what works, doesn’t work, and why. We teach you how to resolve parent-school problems and disputes while protecting relationships. You will leave with practical ideas that you can immediately apply to your situation.

Wrightslaw special education law and advocacy programs are designed to meet the needs of parents, advocates, educators, attorneys, and health care providers who represent children with disabilities.

Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy
programs focus on four areas:

  • Special education law, rights and responsibilities
  • Tests and measurements to measure progress & regression
  • SMART IEPs
  • Introduction to tactics & strategies for effective advocacy

Check out the Wrightslaw training schedule!

So… how did a Wrightslaw Training help you?

“What a marvelous conference! I often leave sped presentations angry and/or guilty because of all the things that were done or not done. This time I left encouraged, inspired and armed!” – Melissa, advocate from Maryland

“Between what I learned in the seminar and the Wrights’ books, I understand the ‘do’s, and don’ts for parents and school personnel. I implemented suggestions from the program with very positive results.” – Rebecca, parent from Ohio

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Maggie
05/06/2020 6:21 am

I’m not able to find the following answer in any of the documents on the site:

My 8th grade child was given a high school seat as a SWD student this September and his IEP review is this June. What will happen to his seat if his IEP changes before school starts and his incoming IEP indicates less than 20% of special education services? Will he lose his seat, and where will he be placed for 9th Grade?

Chuck
05/06/2020 3:44 pm
Reply to  Maggie

This is a state specific question. I suggest that you contact your state parent training & information project or Department of Education. http://www.parentcenterhub.org/find-your-center/