Learn about your rights and responsibilities, as well as what to expect, when you enroll your child in special education.
New federal initiatives aim to improve early reading instruction in schools across the country.
Expert strategies for working with your child's teacher on an effective classroom plan.
What to expect when your child's learning strengths and needs are evaluated.
If your child has a learning disability, you'll want to become familiar with the various types of professionals who may be involved in your child's education and an explanation of the services they provide.
Cut through the confusion by becoming familiar with the medical, psychological, legal and educational terms often used in educational settings.
One mother explains how her role shifted from adversary to advocate as she found a more effective way to deal with her son's school.
Learning disabilities and AD/HD are usually lifelong conditions. This list of resources is geared toward adults living with those challenges.
An expert explains how to be an informed consumer when selecting services and products for your child with learning or attention problems.
Learn how this part of the IEP allows a teen in special education to outline goals that will help him achieve his post-high school plans.