Saturday, October 02, 2004

Center for Education Law: Legal Tips for Effective Education Advocacy

Updated 3/2010

Back in 2004 the center for education law wrote ...
Put everything in writing and keep a copy for your records. Write a letter to school personnel when they deny you or your child some educational opportunity. Always think that this letter may one day be read by a neutral third party so make sure you are very clear about the facts and be very polite. Also make sure the letter has the name and address of the person you are sending the letter to, the date you are sending the letter, your name and address, and your signature. Make sure to make a copy of the letter for your records
Now they're the "School Law Center" but I don't see any advice on their current web site.

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