Where Do You Sit at the IEP Meeting?
The Lighter Side Of Special Ed

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Circulation: 99,524
ISSN: 1538-320
December 20, 2016


Before you read this issue, you should be warned.

If you are one of those humor-challenged individuals who believe there is absolutely nothing funny about children with disabilities, we urge you to stop reading now, and go back to biting your nails down to your elbow.

Humor and laughter have a positive positive impact on mind and body. Having a sense of humor is great, but maintaining one is not always easy.

In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate, we invite you to lighten up and laugh. If you have a sense of humor, spend some time on the Lighter Side of Special Education.

We hope you will forward this issue to other friends, families, or colleagues.
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Where Do You Sit at the IEP Meeting? In Little Plastic Children's Chairs?

"Your school district, in an ongoing effort to remind you of the incredibly small role moms and dads play in this process...

Aimee Gilman, an attorney who represents kids with disabilities, shares her humorous observations about IEPs and IEP meetings.


Happy Holidays

Merry Christmas from all of us at Wrightslaw.

If anyone on your list has been especially nice this year, we encourage you to give them the gift that costs nothing but is valuable all the same - a free subscription to the Special Ed Advocate. We're sure they'll thank you for it!



Due Process Hearings "Befuddle" the School

"We are befuddled," is the constant rejoinder of the district's attorney when he contacts me.

Just because this child is 15 and reads at a 1st grade level and has never received any tutoring of any kind, "we are befuddled and yes, hurt".


Education Buzzwords - Image & Reality

Interested in a humorous look at some phrases used by the education industry?

Here is a quick guide - with a healthy dose of dry humor - to some of the wonderful-sounding phrases used in schools.


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