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From Emotions to Advocacy by Pam and Pete Wright

 

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Parents, advocates, educators, and attorneys come to FetaWeb.com to learn effective advocacy skills. You will learn to recognize pitfalls and avoid mistakes that prevent parents from successfully advocating for their children.

FetaWeb.com is the companion website to Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy, 2nd Edition- The Special Education Survival Guide (ISBN 978-1-892320-09-4) by Pamela Wright and Peter Wright, published by Harbor House Law Press.

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At Fetaweb.com, you will find articles, checklists, sample letters, charts and resources to supplement the book. (FETA Owner's Manual)


FETA Owner's Manual

If you have a copy of From Emotions to Advocacy by Pam and Pete Wright, you'll find references in the book to information on the Fetaweb site. Download the FETA Owner's Manual to get these resources right now.

Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy, 2nd Edition

Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy, 2nd Edition (ISBN 978-1-892320-09-4) by Pamela Wright and Peter Wright, includes hundreds of tips, strategies, references, warnings and Internet resources. This practical, user-friendly book includes:

  • Sample Letters & Logs
  • Checklists and Forms
  • Worksheets and Agendas
  • Companion website at www.fetaweb.com
In this comprehensive, easy-to-read book, you learn to:
  • Develop a master plan for your child's special education
  • Organize your child's file
  • Work with consultants and evaluators
  • Write SMART IEP goals and objectives
  • Use test scores to monitor your child's progress
  • Resolve parent-school conflict early
  • Write effective letters and create paper trails
  • Use parent agendas to improve meeting outcomes

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Yellow Pages for Kids with Disabilities


We built Yellow Pages for Kids with Disabilities for every state so people can find information and support. Your State Yellow Pages includes hundreds of resources - evaluators, educational consultants, academic tutors, advocates, attorneys, and others who provide services to parents and children.


The Yellow Pages are a free service
. If you provide a service to children with disabilities, you can request to be listed in your state Yellow Pages. To apply, click the link to the application on the top of each page on the Yellow Pages for Kids with Disabilities site.

Do you have a website? Link to the Yellow Pages!

Resource Directories

Visit the Help Section for resource directories, glossaries, and links to free books and online newsletters.
Check the Directory of Best School Websites for sample forms, worksheets, and articles about IEPs, assessment, discipline, letter writing, and other important issues.

 

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