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Searching for the miracle

Parents, in a desperate quest to fix what they've been told is broken in their children, are willing to try (or pay) anything to help their kids.

All about IEPs

A new book from special ed law firm Wrightslaw answers all of your IEP questions.

Flip that study space

Could the design of your child's homework area hold the key to success?

Be your own best advocate

How to avoid lawyers and still get what your child needs out of special education.

Autism recovery: A false hope?

This mother is saying what no one wants to hear: Stories of autism cures are fairy tales.

Will make eye contact

How to write social skills IEP goals that work.

Getting off to the right start

Ten tips to make sure your child's IEP is ready to go on day one.

Sports: the next inclusion frontier?

Kids on IEPs need to get in on the fun in sports and PE classes

Beware the miracle cure

Miracle cure scams abound in the world of learning disabilities. Here's how to spot them.

Keeping it merry

A mother of a child with autism has the lowdown on surviving the holidays.

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