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July 30 - August 16, 2002

Do you know how to find answers to your questions about the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act? Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act? The Family Educational Records and Privacy Act?

Do you know how to negotiate? Are your emotions under control?

Is your child's file organized? Do you know how to measure progress? Do you know how to write SMART IEP goals and objectives?

How are your letter writing skills? Do you know how to ask 5 W's + H + E questions?

If you are like many folks, you don't want to think about school or special education. It's time to plug your knowledge gaps! (Don't miss the CD-ROM Tip!)

To make August a little easier, we offer good deals, great deals and super deals!

Good Deals: Free Shipping on All Books- Save $4.95  

Between July 30 through Friday, August 16, 2002, Harbor House Law Press is offering FREE SHIPPING on all Wrightslaw books!  

Great Deals - Discounts and Free Shipping - Save $9.95!

When you order Wrightslaw: Special Education Law and Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy, you save $9.95 ($5.00. on the books and free shipping at $4.95) 

Super Deals - Big Discounts and Free Shipping - Save $14.95!   

When you order the deluxe edition of Wrightslaw: Special Education Law with the Special Education Law CD ROM (retail: $39.95) and Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy (retail: $29.95), you save $14.95 ($10.00 on the books and free shipping).

ote: The CD-ROM is only available when purchased with the Law Book.)

What People Are Saying . . .

About Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy

"If I were asked to choose just one book to help me learn advocacy skills, this is it!" - Suppport for Families of Children with Disabilities Newsletter

"In Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy, the Wright's give parents a clear roadmap to effective advocacy for their children. We award their work the Exceptional Parent Symbol of Excellence." - Exceptional Parent Magazine

"This book provides a clear roadmap to effective advocacy" - DD Quarterly

"To fully comprehend the importance of testing, read Chapters 10 and 11 about Tests and Measurements and Chapter 12 about SMART IEPs - this is essential information for parents and professionals." - Hands and Voices Communicator

About Wrightslaw: Special Education Law

?Makes you feel you have an attorney at the IEP table with you!" - Janie Bowman, Olympia, WA

"If you are involved with special education, you should read this book." Sandra Koser Steingart, Ph.D, School Psychology Resources Online.

?A must have book for anyone who works in Special Education.? Margaret J. Kay, Ed.D. Psychologist, Pennsylvania. "Having observed first-hand Pete Wright's prowess in a hearing . . . he brings Special Education Law into focus through clear, concise use of normal language."

"A great resource for parents and professionals!? - Michael B. Brown, Ph. D, North Carolina

"One of most important how-to manuals ever written - will help you navigate through special education, and use the law to demand/get a good education for your child." - Thom Hartmann (author of ADD: A Different Perception; Beyond ADD; Healing ADD; and more)

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The Advocacy Challenge Discount Program is a 50% discount for individuals and groups who purchase boxes of books. If you are a special ed organization, parent group, teach an advocacy class, or engage in a similar venture, you may be eligible for the Advocacy Challenge Discount.

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