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Learn in the comfort of your home with the Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Training. All you need is a computer or device and speakers! Now Available as an MP4 Video!

Receive a FREE PDF of the book Wrightslaw Special Education Law, 2nd Edition with your order!

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The Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Training Download includes all the content of a live 6-hour program. The six-hour training program is divided into four sessions: two about law and two about advocacy strategies. Click here for the program description.

Required Books – Wrightslaw: Special Education Law, 2nd Edition and Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy, 2nd Edition.

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  1. My twin granddaughters were taken off speech IEPs even though they weren’t exhibiting skills the speech therapist said they mastered. We requested a review because they’d been held back in Kindergarten, were in 2nd grade and couldn’t read. They were denied even though they fell below working memory levels. Now in 4th grade, one child reads at beginning Kindergarten level and the other at 1st grade level. If my son doesn’t have joint legal custody can he intervene to help them? What can we do?

    • Hi Kimberly, Your son needs to consult with an attorney with experience in special education law and litigation. Most attorneys who practice special ed law have experience in domestic relations, including custody questions.

      In general, consultations are an excellent way to get legal advice and a game plan about what to do and how to proceed for very little financial outlay.

      When Pete did special ed consults, he said at least 80% of the people who consulted with him did NOT need an attorney. They needed help in devising a plan to resolve the presenting problem and help to plan for the future.

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