You, Your Child, and "special" Education: A Guide to Making the System Work
This inspiring resource shows parents of children with disabilities how to obtain the education services their children rightfully deserve. It examines the internal workings of the education system, reveals the challenges that await, lists the services that are available, and discusses the rights that are federally guaranteed. Complete with a resource list, directions for filing a complaint, and explanations of relevant legislation and regulations, this powerful handbook will make a difference for parents as well as educators.
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