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TAKE THE PLEDGE! - The League of Special Education Voters has developed the following
online petition

Parents please respond Senate Bill 1248

Autism conference: Journey to Solutions 2003
Regarding my experience in the Super Sensory Workshop at the Autism Conference - By Carolina D. Watts, J.D. Advocate

ATTENTION PARENTS! YOUR VOICE IS NEEDED

Subject: Senator Dianne Feinstein responding to your message

CONGRESS BACK IN SESSION
The RRN has been quiet as IDEA lay dormant but not forgotten over the summer. We hope our subscribers had opportunities to speak with their members about the issues
that concern parents and advocates...

Palos Verdes school district is found not to have provided FAPE to 1st grade autistic student

February, 2003

Palos Verdes school district is found not to have provided FAPE to 1st grade autistic student. The district failed to identify apraxia and provide services therefore. Parents were awarded compensatory speech and reimbursements for two years of private speech...Read the DECISION...

Wish lists for reauthorization from key advocacy groups
December 18, 2002

March 19, 2002

A2Z Educational Advocates and the law offices of N Jane DuBovy recently prevailed in a case against FRANK B. LANTERMAN REGIONAL CENTER, Service Agency. All rights for services and supports under the Lanterrnan Act were restored to claimant. The following are excerpts from the decision: Full story...

12th grader awarded additional schooling at a special education school, district wide policy of "social promotion" for students in the special education program exposed.

December 5, 2001 A2Z Educational Advocates Make a difference

Last month, A2Z Educational Advocates and the law offices of N Jane DuBovy made a difference in the life of a young adult with specific learning disabilities (SLD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), when their client, JA, prevailed in a 12-day Due Process Hearing against Huntington Beach Union High School District (the District; HBUHSD) and West Orange County Consortium for Special Education (WOCCSE). The following are excerpts from the decision: Full story...

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