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Sue Pratt, M.A.

Sue Pratt, M.A. Biography:

Sue Pratt, M.A., has advocated for students with special needs for more than 35 years. She claims she keeps trying to quit, but people like her friend Dr. Cutler and parents in need keep her "keeping on." Ms. Pratt received her bachelor of science degree in elementary education from St. John College in Cleveland, Ohio, and her master of arts in education from Western Michigan in Kalamazoo. She has taught for 11 years and worked for or directed the parent center in Michigan (Citizens Alliance to Uphold Special Education [CAUSE]) for 25 years. Among her accomplishments, she lobbied with great zeal to change the wording in The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) from behavior management to positive behavior support for the 1997 reauthorization. She also worked with the Office of Civil Rights and CAUSE staff to produce the first guide for professionals and parents to obtain services under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act for students with disabilities not in special education.

Sue Pratt, M.A.'s Books

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  • You, Your Child, and "Special" Education

    ISBN: 978-1-59857-123-3


    Parents will master the special education system and get their child the services they need with this empowering advocacy guide, packed with step-by-step, real-world guidance on everything from classroom observations to conflict resolution.

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