As I said in a recent post, one of the really cool perks of writing this blog is that great thinkers in special education law send me useful stuff. This happened again recently. My friends Barbara Bateman and Mary Anne Linden recently sent me a copy of the new edition of their book, Better IEPs: How to Develop legally Correct and Educationally Useful Programs (Verona, Wisconsin: Attainment Company, Inc. 2012).
On a different subject, I was honored by my friend Professor Sarah Redfield. She asked me to address her special education law class at the University of New Hampshire School of Law this week. In my opinion, there aren't enough law schools that offer classes in this ever-growing field of law. The students asked a number of excellent questions, and as those of you who have seen me as a presenter know, I love interaction with my audience. It was a great experience and a chance for me to think some more about the issues concerning dispute resolution and special education law. Thanks!