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Buying educational software? Start by asking the right questions

Learn how to select high-quality software that will strengthen your child's academic skills.

Could technology be the key to your child's success?

For students struggling with learning disabilities, software might be the answer.

Third-, fourth-, and fifth-grade signs of an LD

How do you know if your child has a learning disability? Learn to read the signs.

Latino/Hispanic Cultural Influences on Assessing and Treating AD/HD

Learn how culture affects assessment and treatment of AD/HD - and how sensitivity can help.

Buzz: A Year of Paying Attention

An excerpt from Katherine Ellison's new memoir about her son's battles with ADD.

"Discrepancy" approach results in inconsistent LD identification rates across states

States vary widely in how they identify learning disabilities - and in the percentage of kids they serve in special education.

Beware the miracle cure

Miracle cure scams abound in the world of learning disabilities. Here's how to spot them.

Avez-vous dyslexie?

Learning a second language is not out of reach for students with learning disabilities

Graduating to real life

How to prepare teens with LD or behavioral issues for the world beyond high school.

Mother-and-son ADD

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Katherine Ellison on her revealing new memoir about raising a son with ADD (and having it herself).