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January 7, 2020
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It's time for our annual progress report - and a big thank you from the Wrightslaw staff.
We appreciate your input, encouragement, and support during the past year.
As we reflect on our annual report, we feel deeply grateful. We want to thank you for making 2019 another successful year.
By working together, we are making a difference for 6.5 million children with disabilities and their families.
Pam & Pete Wright
We hope that you will forward this issue of the Special Ed Advocate to other friends, families, or colleagues.
2019 Progress Report
This year's progress report is different. Due to a computer glitch in our analytics for one quarter, we won't make our usual yearly comparison.
From available statistics, we can tell you that visits to Wrightslaw.com continue to climb - especially in the fall when school begins.
In 2019, during September and October, 1,540,965 people visited Wrightslaw - an increase in 500,000 visits from 2018.
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Top 10 Articles in 2019
1. Questions and Answers on Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) Requirements of the IDEA
2. The History of Special Education Law by Pete Wright, Esq.
3. How to Request a One-to-One Paraprofessional for Your Child by Wayne Steedman, Esq.
4. Independent Educations Evaluations: What? Why? How? Who Pays/ by Wayne Steedman, Esq.
5. Handling a Manifestation Review Determination (MDR): A How-To for Attorneys by Bill Brownley, Esq.
6. Disciplining Students with Disabilities by Kevin P. Dwyer
7. The Child Find Mandate: What Does It Mean to You? by Pam and Pete Wright.
8. Tests and Measurements for the Parent, Teacher, Attorney, and Advocate by Pam and Pete Wright
9. Discipline: Suspensions, Expulsions, and IEPs by Robert Crabtree, Esq.
10. What Type of Training is Required to Become an Advocate? by Sue Whitney, Advocate.
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