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  • Author:
    Sandra Webb O'Connor,Peter W. D. Wright and Pamela Darr Wright
  • ISBN:
    1892320207
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    978-1892320209
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    Harbor House Law Press, Inc.; 1st edition (January 1, 2010)
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The Wrights are also Adjunct Professors of Law at the William and Mary Law School

The Wrights are also Adjunct Professors of Law at the William and Mary Law School. Wrightslaw: All About IEPs offers practical advice on implementing effective strategies for the best possible IEP outcomes.

Wrightslaw : All about IEPs. by Sandra Webb O'Connor and Pamela Darr Wright. More by Pamela Darr Wright. Wrightslaw: No Child Left Behind. Wright, Pamela Darr Wright. Wrightslaw: Special Education Legal Developments and Cases 2016. Wrightslaw: Special Education Legal Developments and Cases 2015. Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy: The Special Education Survival Guide. Pamela Darr Wright, Peter .

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Peter Wright and Pamela Wright are the founders of Wrightslaw. com and co-sponsors of the Institute of Special Education Advocacy at William & Mary Law School. Sandra Webb O'Connor, . com, the ranked special education web site providing information and advice about educational law and advocacy.

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Sandra Webb O'Connor. Wrightslaw: All About IEPs was written in a question and answer format and was more of a summary

Sandra Webb O'Connor. Wrightslaw: All About IEPs was written in a question and answer format and was more of a summary. Between the two, I'd recommend From Emotions to Advocacy. Jul 29, 2016 Judith rated it it was amazing. If your child has (or will have) an IEP, you need to read this book.

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Pete Wright has represented children with disabilities for more than 30 years. He represented Shannon Carter before the . Supreme Court, where he won a landmark victory that has benefited all children with disabilities.

Authors: Peter Wright Peter W D Wright Pamela Wright Pamela Darr Wright. Details about Wrightslaw: In this comprehensive, easy-to-read book, you will find clear, concise answers to frequently asked questions about IEPs. more Sue O'Connor Sandra O'Connor Sandra Webb O'Connor. Learn what the law says about IEP Teams and IEP Meetings, Parental Rights and Consent, Steps in Developing the IEP, Placement, Transition, Assistive Technology and Strategies to Resolve Disagreements.

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Whether you are the parent of a child with special education needs, a seasoned educator, or a professional advocate, you have questions about Individualized Education Programs, (IEPs). In this comprehensive, easy to read book, you will find clear, concise answers to frequently asked questions about IEPs. Learn what the law says about IEP Teams and IEP Meetings, Parental Rights and Consent, Steps in Developing the IEP, Placement, Transition, Assistive Technology and Strategies to Resolve Disagreements.

Grosho
This is great for someone who is new to special education (teacher, parent, etc). But since I have been a special education teacher for over 20 years, it was just a refresher. It explained the IEP process, what to expect at meetings, who was responsible for what in the student's education and how to solve basic issues, just to name a few items. It is easy reading so that makes it more interesting.
Yndanol
i don't know where we would have been without this book. it was so useful for the IEP meeting. though the team we worked with was very detailed, this helped us to know what was happening and why, how to ask the right questions and make intelligent choices.
Riavay
This book is a must have for any parent with a child(ren) with an IEP. Even though my sister is a spec ed teacher/evaluator with +42 yrs exp specializing in Autism, Downs & ADHD, she isn't always available & lives out of state. This book has helped me through many IEP meetings at school as we have 2 spec needs kids w/IEP's. Very helpful, especially when school tries to get around the legalities of IEP's. I guarantee when you walk into an IEP mtg w/this book in hand, you will be well informed!!!
Arilak
Everyone starting out in SpEd needs to read this book because it explains the process more fully than what we get during PDs.
Thordibandis
I have a Parent Advocacy Support Group and worked as a Special Education advocate for a time. This book is priceless. I wish I had had a copy of this book to give the families I worked with. I would recommend this book to any family of a child utilizing special education services. It answers, clearly and in easy to understand language, most of the most frequently asked questions parents have. It's well worth the cost. My copy is highlighted throughout and I'm making it available to my support group to borrow.
Windworker
Well written, point by point on what to do on IEPs, different situations, BIPs etc.... Really help me in my kid's last ARD.
Rude
Get to know the process and what to expect. Helps give you a level of confidence when you head into your first (or 100th) meeting.
All the laws and rights your school hides from parents. This empowered me to be more assertive and questioning at our meeting with the school