The Power of Parent Advocacy

This time of year the football chant is ringing in our heads – “We’ve got the pow-er!” This year, get some of that advocacy power! “Key changes in the special Continue Reading →

Our Law Student’s Success Story

In January, Pete and I became adjunct professors at the William & Mary Law School. We teach a Special Education Law and Advocacy class and assist the Law School with Continue Reading →

WOW! Never Thought my Letter Would Show up in the Special Ed Advocate

I just reviewed your Summer School for Parents: Lesson #4. I am the mom who wrote about the need for a particular type of placement for my son with autism. Continue Reading →

A Parent’s Nasty Email: Cry for Help or Reality Check?

I received the strangest email the other day, and I don’t know why. The email was a very curt response from a parent (I’ll call her Thelma) to a teacher. Continue Reading →