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Pete is an attorney who represents children with disabilities. He represented Shannon Carter before the U. S. Supreme Court in Florence County School District IV v. Carter (510 U.S. 7). Pam is a psychotherapist who writes about advocacy for children with disabilities. She is the editor of The Special Ed Advocate newsletter. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Thank you Amazon i am a struggling student and the discounted books are a godsend. They are quick to arrive and have all the content i need for my studies.Published 8 months ago by Terry Willemsvandyk
I recently attended Pete and Pam Wright's "Boot Camp" advocacy training in which their books, "From Emotions to Advocacy" and "Special Education Law" were used as part of their... Read morePublished on Sept. 3 2003 by "kimdyqzn"
This book takes you step by step through the process of Advocating for your child! As parents we all know how confusing it can be to understand the system, test scores, IEP's and... Read morePublished on Aug. 16 2003
Without this book I don't know if my daughter would be receiving the services that she is today. I also recommend Wrightslaw: Special Education Laws! Read morePublished on Feb. 11 2003 by paula cox
Don't worry about the title of this review- this radical mom hasn't gone bonkers! I've had this guide for many, many months but a local advocate in my area borrowed it and I... Read morePublished on Oct. 22 2002 by Janie Bowman
I have this book " From Emotions to Advocacy" and read it cover to
cover. I am in the process of writing my first really good IEP for my
Son. Read more
This is a wonderful book. It is an easy read. There are many practical ideas for becoming a better advocate for your child.Published on Aug. 13 2002
Collaboratively written by psychotherapist Pam Wright and attorney Pete Wright, From Emotions To Advocacy: The Special Education Survival Guide is an introduction and "how to"... Read morePublished on May 11 2002 by Midwest Book Review
Even though I was an informed IEP participant in my son's educational goals, I still felt inadequate to advocate for him. Read morePublished on April 18 2002 by Kathy A Edwards