Finding the right present for a child with learning disabilities can build both confidence and self-respect.
What if you could see inside the brains of people with dyslexia and watch them think? Compared to brains of people who don't have dyslexia, would you see many differences? Is this stuff of sci-fi?
The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) is the only nationally representative and continuing assessment of students' knowledge and performance in certain subject areas. Results include achievement data for populations of students (e.g., 4th graders) and groups within those populations (including students with disabilities).
Today's career and technical programs can expand your child's choices for rewarding work.
Cut through the confusion by becoming familiar with the medical, psychological, legal and educational terms often used in educational settings.
Are you ready to retain a lawyer to settle an IEP issue with your child's school district? If so, this article and the attached worksheet will walk you through the process.
Parents must understand key provisions of this federal education law to secure benefits for kids with LD.
Learn how to select high-quality software that will strengthen your child's academic skills.
Learn about goals and objectives (or benchmarks), which are the core of your child's IEP.
The pre-referral process can help determine if your child needs special education services.