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PACER has found the following materials to be informative and useful to parents. Although published elsewhere, they can be ordered through PACER.


Beyond the Bake Sale
Packed with tips from principals, teachers, and parents; checklists; and an invaluable resource section, Beyond the Bake Sale reveals how to build strong collaborative relationship and offers practical advice for improving interactions between parents and teachers. 2007.
$15 | ATP-2

How To Get Services by Being Assertive
Charlotte Des Jardins, Family Resource Center on Disabilities. Assertiveness training exercises and techniques successfully used in responding to parent complaints. Based on the premise that parents are equal partners with professionals in the development of their child's full potential. 1993.
$12 | ATP-8

Minnesota Special Education Rules
Published by the MN Department of Education
$5 | ATP-19

Minnesota's Pupil Fair Dismissal Act and Other Laws Related To Student Discipline
Publication by Minnesota Department of Education.
$1 | MPC-10

Parents Are Powerful
Center for Law on Education publication for parents. Provides helpful information on how parents can help their children be successful in school. 1996.
$1.50 | MPC-5a

image of Possibilities: A Financial Resource for Parents of Children with Disabilities publication Possibilities: A Financial Resource for Parents of Children with Disabilities
A booklet first published in 2004 by the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) and PACER, has been revamped and expanded in an online format. This guide offers tips and information on organizing financial records, managing money, dealing with debt, preparing income taxes, saving for college, preparing youth for adult employment, and more. Each section includes links to additional resources. 2011
FREE | Online Only  | WEB-1

Princess Margaret's Adventures in Wonderland
By Maggie Harris. "You can do it if you put your mind to it," says this 17-year-old student with Down syndrome. She wrote, typed and illustrated her hand-colored booklet of fantasy by herself. Published by PACER. 1994.
$10 | ATP-37

You Will Dream New Dreams
By Stanley Klein and Kim Shive. A Collection of personal stories written by parents of children with disabilities. 2001.
$13 | ATP-22


Why Isn't My Child Happy?
Dr. Sam Goldstein addresses childhood depression: including causes, warning signs, diagnosis, treatment, and guidelines to assist parents and professionals in helping depressed children. 100 minutes. 1994. Purchase from Neurology Learning & Behavior Center.
$10 | Rental only  | VID-8


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