Partners in education advocacy

2915 Classen Blvd., Suite 300
Oklahoma City, OK 73106

Supporting Students With Disabilities In Their Pursuit Of Education

Helping individuals become effective advocates for the rights of students to receive an appropriate education


Oklahoma Disability Law Center, Inc. (ODLC) is the federally funded protection and advocacy system for Oklahomans with disabilities. In 2001, ODLC designed and implemented a training program known as “Partners in Education Advocacy.” Graduates are often called “PEA Pods,” because they return to their urban and rural communities to provide assistance to parents and students. The course includes ethics, variety of state and federal statutes, testing and evaluation, assistive technology, cultural competence and other educational subjects.

Dyslexia Is Definitely Covered By Idea! Read the OSDE opinion and show your child’s school if they tell you otherwise. click here

If you need help with obtaining an appropriate education, contact our office. click here

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OSDE’s Non-Standard Accommodations, click here

The webcasts provide details on OSTP accommodations. The webcasts are a two-part series and should be viewed together.


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