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What is an IEP?

Learn the ins and outs of an Individualized Education Program (IEP).

Accommodations, modifications, and alternate assessments: How they affect instruction and assessment

Your child may be eligible for modifications to help him succeed in the classroom - and on standardized tests.

Services Beyond the School Year for Students With IEPs

Some students in special education are eligible for Extended School Year (ESY) services.

It worked: Learning new vocabulary words

A resourceful mom shares her easy technique for helping her daughter master new terms.

Tech Preparation: New Challenges and Opportunities for College-bound Teens With LD and/or AD/HD

Help your teen with learning disabilities and/or AD/HD gain the essential tech skills he'll need to succeed in college.

It Worked: Finding a Focus With Photography

One mother highlights a strategy she used to help her son with LD experience success.

Resources for Locating Electronic Text on the Internet: A Valuable Tool for Students with LD

Electronic resources can be extremely useful for students with LD. Find online and other electronic resources that can enhance your child's learning experience.

Parents' Top Tips for Managing Interpersonal Conflict as You Advocate for Your Child

Parents share tried-and-true tips for managing conflict with others when advocating for your child.

Audio Textbooks Help Students With Reading Problems Access Curriculum

Learn why there's no need for a child to choose between learning to read and reading to learn.

A parent's guide to Section 504 in public schools

This important civil rights law can provide educational benefits to kids with learning disabilities and/or AD/HD in public schools.