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Wrightslaw Multimedia Training Center
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Wrightslaw multi-media training programs help you become a more effective advocate for children with disabilities.

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Wrightslaw Training Program Downloads are available 24/7 - wherever you live, whenever you want. Work at your own pace. Eliminate distractions and schedule your study periods at times that meet your needs. All you need is a digital device.

The Benefits of Training Downloads

"This is advocacy training at it's best..." "Each time I listen, I pick up something new!..." Read reviews

Special Education Law & Advocacy Training - 6.5 hours download24-Hour Availability - With your download, you can receive Wrightslaw training at any time and you can review information whenever you want.

Flexible - You can customize your learning experience by focusing on most important portions and/or spend more time on more difficult material.

Self-Paced - You can pause, rewind or fast forward these programs at any time. You can focus on important concepts. You can study when your schedule permits, when you are less likely to be distracted.

Convenient & Inexpensive - You can complete Wrightslaw Training programs at work or in the comfort of your own home. You don't have to travel, so you save time and money.

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Format: Wrightslaw Multimedia Training Programs are available as immediate downloads when purchased from the Wrightslaw Store.

When you purchase the Training Download online, you will receive a receipt by email that includes your training link. Click the link to download the training onto your computer.

Discounts Available: Perfect for parent and staff training, support or study groups. Save 20%-50% on purchases for group training.

Programs

  • Special Education Law and Advocacy Training, includes all the content of the full day Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy training program ... and more than an hour of bonus instruction. The 6.5 hour program is divided into four segments: two about the law; two about the knowledge and skills for effective advocacy.
  • Understanding Your Child's Test Scores - In this 90 minute program, Pete Wright teaches you about the bell curve, mean, and standard deviations. Pete also teaches you about standard scores, percentile ranks, subtest scores, composite or cluster scores, and subtest scatter. You'll learn how to draw the bell curve and how to use your child's test scores to create powerful progress graphs.

Audience

All Wrightslaw training programs are designed to meet the needs of parents of children with disabilities, regular and special educators, special education service providers, health care professionals, child advocates, and attorneys who represent children with disabilities.

Use Wrightslaw Programs for Staff & Parent Training, Support & Study Groups

"Thank you for taking the initiative to produce a workable, affordable training program."

group applaudingStaff Training: Save money on travel ... train your staff without leaving the office. Buy the training program download. Get a discount when you purchase the books in bulk. Train your entire office without the time, inconvenience and expense of travel. Your staff will thank you! Please inquire about licenses for staff training.

Parent Training, Support and Study Groups: Use Wrightslaw training programs during your parent support and study groups.

Instructors

Your instructors for Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Training programs are Pete and Pam Wright.

Pete and Pam WrightPete and Pam Wright were Adjunct Professors of Law at the William and Mary School of Law where they taught a course about special education law and advocacy and assisted with the Law School's Special Education Law Clinic. They are co-founders and faculty at the William and Mary Law School Institute of Special Education Advocacy (ISEA).

Pete Wright is an attorney who represents children with special educational needs and who successfully represented Shannon Carter before the United States Supreme Court in Florence County v. Shannon Carter (501 U.S. 7). Short bio.

Pam Wright is a psychotherapist who worked with children and families since the 1970s. Pam has written extensively about raising, educating and advocating for children with disabilities. She publishes The Special Ed Advocate, a free weekly newsletter. Short bio.

Pete and Pam Wright are the co-founders of Wrightslaw.com

Library

We are building a library of recorded programs on a range of topics. Please visit the Library for a preview of what is available and what is coming soon.

Subscribe to the Special Ed Advocate, the free weekly online newsletter, for updates on new programs and availability.

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