Parent Education Network

2107 Industrial Highway, York, PA 17402
pen@parentednet.org
(717) 600-0100 V/TTY,
(800) 522-5827 V/TTY (Toll-Free, PA Only)
or (800) 441-5028 (Español)
Fax: (717) 600-8101



"Respecting the Right of Parents to Make Educational Decisions for Their Children."

"PEN recognizes, supports and enhances the opportunities for children and youth with disabilities and their families to maximize their potential. PEN promotes mutual respect and collaboration between parents and professionals for the knowledge, skills and abilities each contributes to the education and development of children and youth with disabilities."

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Our publications have been specifically created for parents of children with disabilities. Educators and professionals may also find them useful. All materials are free of charge and have been reviewed by our attorney for compliance with state and federal laws and regulations pertaining to special education. Some documents are available for download as PDF files on this page, while others are only shipped by mail.

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  • Su derecho a no estar de acuerdo – Una guia para los padres para resolver conflictos con respecto a las necesidades de la educacion especial de su hijo/a

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PEN can help families connect with other community resources.
PEN can help families understand special education laws.
PEN can help families understand their rights and responsibilities.
PEN can help families communicate more effectively with school and related service professionals.
PEN can help families better understand their child's disability and educational needs.

The publications, videos and information on this website do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the U.S. Department of Education and are not intended as legal advice.

The contents of this website were developed under a grant from the US Department of Education, #H328M100013. However, those contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the US Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government. Project Officer, David Emenheiser.

El contenido de este sitio de web fue desarrollado con una subvención del Departamento de Educación de los Estado Unidos, #H328M100013. Aunque el Departamento de Educación fundo este projecto, el contenido no representa necesariamente las pólizas del Departamento de Educación y usted no debe asumir su aprobación por el gobierno federal. Oficial de Proyecto, David Emenheiser.

To help make our website more accessible to people with disabilities, PEN's goal is to follow Level A of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG). If you find an accessibility problem or have difficulty accessing a part of our website, please contact us.