The second edition of the Wrights' Special Education Law
... Full text of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2004 and IDEA 2004 regulations with analysis and commentary
... Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act
... No Child Left Behind Act
... Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
... McKinney-Vento Homeless Act
... Decisions in special education cases from the U. S. Supreme Court
... References and resources
Special Education Law is a must-have for parents and anyone concerned with special education practice.
Pete Wright is an attorney who has represented children with disabilities and their parents since the 1970s. Pete argued and won a landmark special education case before the U. S. Supreme Court.
Pam Wright, a psychotherapist, has written scores of articles about special education advocacy. She is also the editor of The Special Ed Advocate, the free weekly online newsletter about special education law and advocacy issues.
"... a detailed guide to everything parents need to know about IDEA 2004, the law governing their children's access to a free, appropriate education." --Jane Ross, Executive Director, Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities.
"The selection, organization, and presentation of material and explanatory commentary make Wrightslaw: Special Education Law an essential book for everyone involved in any aspect of special education."--John O. Willis, EdD, SAIF Assessment Specialist, Lecturer in Assessment, Rivier College, New Hampshire.
"Wrightslaw: Special Education Law brings together federal laws, regulations, and major case law in one concise book. The annotations and explanations clarify the most complex points of special education law. Wrightslaw: Special Education Law is an indispensable resource for parents and professionals alike."--Barbara Ebenstein, Esq., attorney in New York.
456 pages. 2007
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