Paper Trails, Letter Writing & Documentation
You use logs, calendars, and journals to create paper trails when you advocate for a child. You write letters to clarify events and that which you were told. Yourself to write things down, you are taking steps to protect your child’s interests when you train.
For those who have a dispute using the educational school, your logs and letters are independent evidence that support your memory.
Whenever you write letters, think about what you want your letter to achieve. Edit your letters so they really make a impression that is good. When you write a letter, consider the decision-making Stranger that has the capacity to make things right.
Advice concerning the Notice that is 10-Day Letter the School. Pete Wright answers questions regarding what should be contained in a notice that is 10-day; includes links to “Letters to the Stranger” used in his cases. Continue reading “Documents that support your position shall assist you to resolve disputes.”