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The Complexities of Second Marriages for Parents of Teens With AD/HD

Learn about common challenges for parents and their kids with AD/HD in blended families.

Online classes: A choice for your middle or high schooler?

Thinking about an online class for your child? Learn how to choose a high-quality web-based school.

Fair and Equitable Grading Practices for Students With LD Who Have IEPs

Get guidance from an expert on how an individualized grading system may benefit your child.

School Psychologist Fields Parents' Queries

Parents and guest expert, Gina Robuck, discuss IEP goals, testing, writing skills, and other issues involved in raising kids with learning disabilities.

Helpful assessments for struggling young readers

Many parents ask if there are ways to assess a young child's reading problems without going through a full evaluation. In this article, a reading expert describes appropriate assessments for young readers.

Finding a Good Reading Tutor for Your Child With LD

Expert Susan Hall helps parents through the process of finding a good reading tutor for their child.

Helping English Language Learners Who Struggle in School

English language learners often struggle in American classrooms. How can parents and teachers determine if there's more going on, such as a learning disability? There are methods to help pinpoint the cause.

Seven great ways to encourage kids' writing

Spark your child's interest in writing at home with engaging, fun activities.

Special Considerations for Evaluating ELL Students for LD

When an English Language Learner is being tested for a learning disability, the evaluation should contain certain high-quality features.

Does your child have AD/HD or something else?

Learn about other conditions that are sometimes mistaken for symptoms of AD/HD.

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