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Caution! Download Conversion Issues for MAC Users!

MacOS Catalina does not support the current Webex player for viewing the Special Education Law and Advocacy training download.

Webex developers are working on a fix.

As a work around, Wrightslaw has converted the webex training to an MP4 format.

3 of the 4 training files converted successfully to MP4. Unfortunately, we were not successful with the 4th file. The audio is fine, but the video presentation of the slides will not advance. We are working to successfully convert the entire training file.

If you are using Catalina and are interested in purchasing the training download, please send us an email so we can update you on the status of resolving this issue.

Send your email to: catalina | at | wrightslaw.com
(Remove the | at | and replace it with an @ sign.)

The title of your Subject Line should be Updates on training conversion issues.

We will notify you via email when we have resolved all the issues and the MP4 is available for purchase.

This problem is only an issue with macOS Catalina version 10.15. Earlier macOS versions will play the current training download with no problem on the Webex player.

Windows is not affected.

 


Wrightslaw Special Education Law & Advocacy Training DownloadSpecial Education Law and Advocacy Training

Special Education Law and Advocacy Training Download includes all the content of a live 6 hour program program  ... and more than an hour of bonus content. The program is divided into four sessions: two on law and two about advocacy strategies. Each session includes several topics. Click here for the program description. Your instructors are Pete Wright and Pam Wright.

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