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The Beacon
is an electronic journal published quarterly by Harbor House Law Press.
The Beacon publishes articles and essays for attorneys and advocates who represent children with disabilities and others who are interested in special education law and practice.

Each issue focuses on a theme and includes practical and theoretical articles. Future issues of The Beacon will address various topics, including high stakes testing, expert witnesses, document and exhibit preparation, and damages.

The Beacon
seeks to ensure that all children with disabilities receive a free appropriate public education as defined in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 1997 and that all children with disabilities are free from discrimination. We believe the dialogue in this journal will help to shape the future.

Our goal is to publish interesting, useful, readable content. If you are interested in special education law and practice, we think you will enjoy reading The Beacon.

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Harbor House Law Press
publishes legal and advocacy information for parents, child advocates, educators, and attorneys in several formats, including traditional books and monographs, e-books, and CD-ROMs.

The Beacon invites articles and ideas for articles. If you are interested in contributing an article, please review our submissions policy. Please send questions by e-mail.  


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