Dyslexia Awareness Month Giveaway: Wrightslaw – Special Education Law Book

Dyslexia Awareness Month - Week 1 GiveawayOctober is Dyslexia Awareness Month and in celebration of this amazing opportunity to raise awareness for the cause to which we have dedicated our lives, we are excited to be hosting a giveaway each week during the month.  This week we will be giving away a copy of the essential resource, Wrightslaw: Special Education Law, 2nd Edition.  This valuable guide breaks down special education law and addresses questions about IEPs, eligibility and placement issues, and so much more.

Entering to win is easy.  Simply complete the tasks below before 12:00am EST on Tuesday, October 7th.  One winner will be selected and contacted via email on Wednesday, October 8th, 2014.  The contest is open to legal residents of the United States who are 18 years of age or older at the time of entry.  No purchase is necessary to enter or win.  Void where prohibited by law.  Good luck and be sure to come back next week for the second giveaway!

Dyslexia Awareness Month Giveaway: Wrightslaw – Special Education Law Book

 
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10 thoughts on “Dyslexia Awareness Month Giveaway: Wrightslaw – Special Education Law Book

    1. Christy Setzke

      A mother of a dyslexic student and I call ourselves the Crusaders for Dyslexia. We talk to teachers, post info, and tutor.

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  1. Karen

    I’m giving a presentation to local teachers. Never done this before! Talk about stepping outside your comfort zone!

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  2. Amy Prijatel

    im soooooo glad I found you!! The struggle is real and we have to make changes in the schools for our children!! Teachers need to knowledge & and they will become fabulous even more successful teaching!!

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  3. Shelly Rogers

    Educating myself through courses like the Dyslexia Training Institute’s certification courses, helping concerned parents with their questions, and in the future, hopefully tutoring other dyslexic students than my daughter.

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  4. Lisa

    I advocate for people with dyslexia by creating a resource website and blog; by giving presentations to my colleagues (elementary teachers) ; by sending quick video clips and/or interesting info/websites to the staff in my district; by helping my children’s teachers understand my children’s dyslexia in more detail; by putting up displays in my local library and by being very involved in my state’s chapter of Decoding Dyslexia……I guess I just live and breathe dyslexia….at least until the tides are turning for early intervention!

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