Is it possible to combine COMMON SENSE with SPECIAL EDUCATION? This handy little books shows the way. Paperwork and procedures often get in the way of good programs. The Common Sense Guide to Special Education Law offers a beacon of light to cut through the fog. Written by veteran special education attorney Jim Walsh, The Common Sense Guide offers TEN STEPS you can take to improve the quality of your services. Highlights include: the importance of leadership at your ARD meetings, why special education is “upside down” and what you need to do about it, how behavior plans and your code of Conduct can work together.