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The Wrightslaw Way — to Special Education Law and Advocacy The Wrightslaw Way — to Special Education Law and Advocacy One of the most controversial posts we’ve published on the Wrightslaw Way Blog was “Do You Know Who is Providing Your Child’s Speech-Language Therapy?” (Part 1)http://www.wrightslaw.com/blog/?p=129
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Special Education Today On a break Special Education Today is taking a break. I’ve had some software issues that I can’t resolve readily, so I must temporarily (as of 1 March 2013) suspend publishing updates here. I shall be working on correcting the issues. However, because these problems threaten the health of many other resources, SET will get to take a break. Catch ya’ later. Special Education Today
Special Education Law Blog This is the seventh installment in a multi-part series on procedural safeguards under the federal special education law, the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act. I work a lot in this area, so it is near and dear to my heart. Despite the importance of procedural safeguards. however, many issues in this area are misunderstood.

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