The National Center for Learning Disabilities offer parents this publication, which describes practical tips on how to use the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) to help children who struggle with learning.

Today, parents face an educational landscape very different from that of only a few years ago. Whether your child is a young learner showing early signs of difficulty or a student receiving special education services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), it is likely that the No Child Left Behind Act is already affecting her education in important ways.

This guide introduces you to several key provisions of NCLB that you can use as tools to improve educational services for your child. We hope that it helps you to navigate the complexities of NCLB, so that your child has the best possible opportunities to learn.

You can download a free copy of Making the ‘No Child Left Behind Act’ Work for Children Who Struggle to Learn: A Parent’s Guide at the National Center for Learning Disabilities website.

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Updated: March 8, 2016