Advocating for Your Child with a Learning Disability Educational and Parenting Articles

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What's an IEE? Why does my child need one, and how do I get one? Get the answers here.
If you are the parent of an autistic or other special needs child, you may never have imagined that college was a possibility. However, a college diploma may not be so far off.
Despite all the flack NCLB is getting, there is a new report out which says at least one group has benefited overall from NCLB: students with disabilities.
Summarizes the seven steps involved in the formation of an individualized education program, beginning with pre-referral and ending with evaluation and review.
Find out what issues kids with learning disabilities may face.
Outlines the advantages and disadvantages of various types of approaches used in the resource classroom.
Inclusion remains a controversial concept in education because it relates to educational and social values, as well as the sense of individual worth.
Examines the advantages and disadvantages of labeling a student who has been  identified as requiring special education services.
A summary of a study regarding parents' opinions of inclusion for their children with disabilities.
Students with special needs may be educated in one of several environments. Chart illustrates class placement options that are ranked according to
Provides a list of common attributes between an Individualized Family Service Plan and an Individualized Education Plan for young children with special needs.
An introduction to the resource room or pull-out model in special education.
Find out six reasons why a child might have a learning disability.
These classroom strategies will help kids with learning disabilities achieve success.
Outline of the definitions and the laws of special education placement including: Least Restrictive Environment, Mainstreaming, and Inclusion.
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