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Using Flyers to Educate Others
Sue Whitney, Research Editor, Wrightslaw
organizations publish information about disabilities information,
resources and advocacy opportunities available in the form of flyers.
When you look over this collection, you'll find flyers that will
be useful for members of your community.
Distribute informational flyers at schools, day care centers, public
libraries, doctor's and psychologist's offices, community centers,
and hospitals. Ask your child's tutor or advocate to pass them on.
your school to include flyers with your school newsletter. Ask your
school, public library, day care center, and support group to post
flyers on their bulletin boards.
Ask your child's teacher to post flyers in the teacher's lounge and
guidance office. Ask your PTA or SEPTA to distribute flyers.
Do some planning this week. Enlist
a few friends to help.
Most of these flyers require you to have Adobe
Acrobat software loaded on your computer before you can print the
flyer. You can download this free software by clicking here.
Meet Sue Whitney
Sue Whitney of Manchester, New
Hampshire, is the research editor for Wrightslaw.
Sue Whitney Heath, as she was formerly known, was the co-author of our now, out of print, book, Wrightslaw: No Child Left Behind (ISBN: 978-1-892320-12-4) which was published by Harbor House Law Press.
In Doing Your Homework, she
writes about reading, research based instruction, No Child Left Behind, and
strategies for using federal education standards to advocate for
and to improve public schools. Her articles have been reprinted by SchwabLearning.org, EducationNews.org, Bridges4Kids.org, The Beacon: Journal of Special Education Law and Practice, the Schafer Autism Report, and have been used in CLE presentations to attorneys. Sue Whitney's bio.
Sue has served on New Hampshire's Special Education State
Committee on the Education of Students/Children with Disabilities
has been a volunteer educational surrogate parent. She currently works with families as a special education advocate.
© 2002-2020 by Suzanne Whitney.