Moving and "Comparable IEPs"

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Circulation: 98,627
ISSN: 1538-320
November 10, 2015

military familyThis week, we honor our service members and their families.

Although military children may not be educated in the U.S., they are entitled to a Free, Appropriate Public Education (FAPE).

Ensuring that these children receive the educational services they are entitled to by law can be difficult.

In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate get the new special education regulations issued by the Department of Defense, tools, and resources to help military families meet the needs of exceptional children. Please check out the military discounts in the Wrightslaw store.

Please don't hesitate to forward this issue to other friends, families, or colleagues.

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DOD New Special Education Regulations


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videoPCS Moves & "Comparable IEPs"

Pete Wright explains when your child is entitled to a "comparable IEP." Learn about PCS, DoDI's, MIC3 and the differences between the Dept of Defense Instructions and IDEA 2004. The Military Child with Special Needsvideo

12 Things Every Military Parent Should Know

Legal Issues: Military Families with Special Needs

Articles by LTC Elizabeth Schuchs-Gopaul, USAF:

Legal Issues Facing Military Families with Special Needs Children.

Finding the Right Program for your child before you move.


Wrightlsaw books: Special Education Law, From Emotions to Advocacy

Military Discounts in the Wrightslaw Store

Welcome to Wrightslaw's Military Bookstore.

In the online Military Bookstore you can order Wrightslaw Books, Multimedia Training, and DVDs at discounted prices of 25% - 45% off. Shop today!


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