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Top : Reference : Education : Special Education : Support (13 web sites)
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DevelopmentalDisaility.org
A resource for information on Developmental Disabilities, sponsored by the Social Work Program at the Metropolitan State College of Denver. They provide training, curricular information, and other general information on Developmental Disabilities.
http://www.developmentaldisability.org/

PURE- Parents United for Responsible Education
(Chicago, Illinois)
http://www.pureparents.org/

Parents Helping Parents
A multi-faceted, comprehensive Parent Directed Family Resource Center for children with any kind of special need (mental, physical, emotional, or learning disabilities whether due to birth defects, illness, vehicular, sports, or other accidents, such as near drowning.) (Northern California and USA)
http://www.iser.com/PHP.html

Parents Together; NC
(Winston-Salem, North Carolina)
http://www.iser.com/parentstogether-NC.html

The Northwestern Illinois Association
A not-for-profit Special Education Cooperative serving children with special needs ages birth-21 years. (Northwestern Illinois)
http://www.thenia.org/

The Unofficial Apollo-Ridge Open Forum
The purpose of this Web Site is to provide a forum for the parents and students of the Apollo-Ridge School District, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, who find themselves in a stalemate when dealing with the school's administration.
http://members.tripod.com/ApolloRidge/

Urban Special Education Leadership Collaborative
The Urban Special Education Leadership Collaborative is a network of special education leaders from the nation's urban school districts. The Collaborative currently links more than 170 administrators from 67 school districts in 21 U.S. states plus the District of Columbia through conferences, newsletters, and leadership development opportunities.
http://www.urbancollaborative.org/