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How to find the policy documents you NEED!

September 12, 2022

One of the things I use most often in my advocacy is the United States Department of education’s policy documents.

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One of the things I use most often in my advocacy is the United States Department of education’s policy documents. These documents can help yield learn about a particular topic, turn into what a district might be thinking, and tears out certain elements of special education laws. They can be hard to find, because sometimes they get buried in websites, so in today’s episode, I walk you through how to find the documents and what to do with them. Want to make your wait in car line more effective? I’ve got policy docs for you!


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