Books on Parenting Children With Special Needs
If you only ever get one book on special education, this book is a MUST HAVE!
It is the most valuable resource for SPED law and dealing with students' rights I have EVER read.
It is VERY easy to read, lots of info on LRE (Least Restrictive Environment), FAPE (Free and Appropriate Education), supplementary aids and services (like assistive technology, Para support, modified work), ESY (Extended School Year), anything that pertains to IEP services.
It is PHENOMENAL. I tell EVERYONE I meet that they must get this book!
VERY easy to read, look up law specific topics and examples, follow and understand.
Includes topic specific index for quick answers, FREE number to call and ask law specific questions as well as other resources.
Chapter LengthVery Short
What extras does the book include?
Index, list of resources, FREE answer line
Would you recommend this to a friend?Yes
Terri Mauro, Children With Special Needs Guide, says:
Here's some more information about The Everyday Guide to Special Education Law:
- Author: Randy Chapman, Esq.
- Subtitle: A Handbook for Parents, Teachers, and Other Professionals
- Pages: 131
- Publisher: Legal Center for People with Disabilities and Older People
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