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Resources


There are many, many resources available to help people with disabilities, their families, and educators navigate the education system. You can also contact DRM if you need more help finding a resource. Here are some books, websites, and organizations you should look at: 

Books:

  • Randy Chapman, The Everyday Guide to Special Education Law (Disability Law Colorado 3rd ed. 2015)
  • Melissa L. Farall, et al., All About Tests and Assessments (Harbor House Law Press 2014)
  • Pam Wright & Pete Wright, From Emotions to Advocacy (Harbor House Law Press 2d ed., 2014) This book is a must have for any parent or parent advocate.
  • Peter W.D. Wright & Pamela Darr Wright, Special Education Law (Harbor House Law Press 2d ed., 2014)

Organizations and Websites

Montana or Rocky Mountain Region specific

Specific Disabilities

Education Specific

Disability Issues Generally

The Education section of the DRM website was supported in part by a generous grant from the Montana Justice Foundation.

 

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Disclaimer

This site provides general information only and is not intended to provide exhaustive manual to education law.  Education law is complicated and comes from a combination of federal and state law and regulations, court interpretations of law and regulation, and administrative agency guidance. The law is complex and changes all the time, therefore there is no guarantee that information on this site is accurate, complete or applicable in your specific situation.  

The facts of each case are unique and how the law applies in any situation depends on the particular facts of the case. For legal advice about specific facts you should consult with an attorney licensed to practice law in your area. 

Nothing on this site should be relied on as legal advice, as a substitute for consultation with an attorney or the exercise of sound, independent judgment by the user. If you have any questions about anything on this site, you should consult an attorney. Use of the site does not create or imply an attorney-client relationship or consent to provide any legal or advocacy services by Disability Rights Montana. 

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