Wrightslaw Contest – Special Education

Wrightslaw is running a contest to share the word about their new Special Education e-books. The Creative Ideas Contest winner will receive a Kindle with Wi-Fi and Wrightslaw products.

To win, submit a creative marketing idea/strategy in 25 words or less that we can use to market the new e-books to ebook@wrightslaw.com.

Rules:

  • Open to US residents, 18 years and older
  • Contestants may submit one entry per day to ebook@wrightslaw.com A day is defined as a 24 hour period that begins at 12:00 am and ends at 11:59 pm. Contestants who submit more than one entry per a day will be eliminated
  • Deadline for entries is June 7 at 11:59 PM
  • Here is the information on the complete rules

Purchase E-Books:

From Emotions to Advocacy, 2nd Edition and All About IEPs are available  for the Kindle, Nook, iPad and Sony Digital Readers at a 35% discount.

I was given this information from Wrightslaw, which provides help with special education for parents, teachers and advocates. Affiliate link included below.

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