Autism Society of San Diego Welcomes Wrightslaw Back to San Diego
November 15, 2012
By Autism Society
The San Diego Chapter is pleased to bring Peter Wright, Esq. back to San Diego for a six hour-long conference on February 1, 2013. Mr. Wright is the founder of Wrightslaw the leading web resource and newsletter for special education Issues. Mr. Wright is a nationally recognized expert in special education law, education law and advocacy. This training will encompass the topics of special education law, rights and responsibilities, understanding tests and measurements to assess progress or regression, Smart IEPs, and an introduction to effective advocacy strategies. This conference is a must for any parent with a child served with an IEP, as well as educators and professionals.
The conference will be held at the Catamaran Resort and Spa on San Diego's beautiful Mission Bay. Conference fees include a banquet-style luncheon, three books co-authored by Mr. Wright for use at the conference, access to community resources, CEUs for teachers and CLE's for attorneys for a nominal fee, and discounted parking. Regular registration is $175.00 after November 14. We expect this conference to sell out quickly.
Click here to find out more information and to register online.
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