While ‘‘Exceptional Parent’’ magazine features inspiring cover stories, the principals who built the magazine have been engaged in a bitter battle in the courts.

Parenting magazine success story turns into a bitter standoff

By Steve Bailey
Globe Staff / January 16, 2005

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It started as a noble enterprise. Thirty-five years ago -- a time when disabled children were often excluded from public schools and two decades before Congress passed the Americans with Disabilities Act -- three Boston psychologists had a simple idea to help parents of children with disabilities. They wanted to start a magazine called ''Exceptional Parent." (Full article: 2424 words)

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